Edinson Cavani was informed that it might profit his national team if he left Manchester United for Boca Juniors.
Cavani joined Man Utd as a free agent after leaving Paris Saint-Germain in the summertime of 2020. He was seen as the correct profile so as to add expertise in an attack at Old Trafford. However whereas it has finished pretty well thus far, it has not all gone.
Uruguay’s international match was not too long ago linked to an early exit from United. His contract solely runs till this summer season anyway, so it will not be prolonged.
If that had been to occur, one of many essential choices for the 34-year-old player can be to return to South America. Boca Juniors are big admirers and attempting to sign him.
Cavani’s father has advised that returning to his home continent is on the playing cards. Experiences earlier this month then went on to say he had a verbal agreement in place with the Argentine side.
However Cavani stays United’s player for the time being, and will look so as to add to his seven goals for them thus far. Past this season, although, he has been given new recommendation to hunt an exit.
Uruguayan assistant coach Mario Rebollo has urged Cavani to search out someplace he’s extra “snug” – doubtlessly back in South America.
“It helps the national team if Cavani goes to Boca or wherever,” Rebollo informed 2 De Punta.
“The precedence is that it performs the place it’s snug and with level of competitiveness.
“If it is close to right here it might be great, but when it isn’t snug it would not bear a lot on it.
“It will be good for us if Cavani played the place he feels most snug. It would not make any distinction to me if it is Boca or one other place, the place it is higher.
“Now we have to have it with rhythm and competition.”
Solskjaer confirms Cavani’s talks
There may be nonetheless a chance Cavani might stay within the Premier League, as United have an possibility to increase his contract one other year.
At a latest press conference, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer revealed that the membership is in talks with the striker over his future.
“We’re speaking to Edi,” said the manager. “Edinson is a top striker and no matter he decides to do, let’s have a look at. We’re in good dialogue with him.
“We wish a aggressive squad and we want somebody up there to score the goals for us.
“So we’re it.”
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