Former Man United midfielder Paul Ince has steered that “all angles” point to Edinson Cavani leaving the membership this summer time.
Cavani loved a wealthy seven years with PSG between 2013 and 2020. He scored 200 goals from his 301 appearances in all competitions.
The frontman’s contract expired last summer time and he formally joined Man United on a free switch in October.
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The 34-year-old has carried out well for United this season. He has six goals out of his 18 Premier League appearances this season.
Cavani is out of contract this summer time and is closely linked with a move to Boca Juniors.
Ince said talkSPORT that Cavani has been a “revelation” for Man United this season:
“Cavani has come in and it has been a revelation. I do know we’re speaking about Fernandes coming in and being really good, however Cavani, he is a pure goalkeeper.
“As well as [Anthony] Combating a [Marcus] Rashford can do proper, once you speak about pure goal scorers, Cavani has proven that when he performs, the runs he makes, he is aware of the place area is and is aware of learn how to scoring.
“Whether or not he decides to stay or not, I do not know. If you have a look at the team against Manchester City and how they played it is perhaps pondering ‘well, is that this the best way they will go subsequent year, am I going to have so many video games ? I am not getting youthful ‘.
“I can see it going. Not all of this social media stuff has gone down well, it’s kind of pathetic to be truthful, and I can see why Cavani is just a little upset about it.
“All of the angles appear like it can go, however hopefully it can leave with a couple of extra goals within the back of the net for United.”