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Sport Cavani, a departure that can cost MU dearly

13:40  28 february  2021
13:40  28 february  2021 Source:   football365.fr

United to hold talks with Cavani on contract extension - Solskjaer

  United to hold talks with Cavani on contract extension - Solskjaer United to hold talks with Cavani on contract extension - SolskjaerCavani joined United on transfer deadline day in October on a year-long deal with an option for a further year following his exit from Paris St Germain.

Edinson Cavani will be free to leave Manchester United next June, unless the club decide to extend it to avoid taking out the checkbook.

Edinson Cavani (Manchester United) © Supplied by Football 365 Edinson Cavani (Manchester United) The experience is going well for Edinson Cavani at Old Trafford. Arrived free in the last moments of the last summer transfer window, the Uruguayan brought his experience to the Manchester United workforce. What push his trainer and his leaders to think about a contract extension. If they don't, club owners will also have to check out. Because by negotiating his one-year contract with the Red Devils, Edinson Cavani added a clause indicating that in the event of non-extension at the end of this joint engagement, Manchester United would then have to pay him the tidy sum of two million. 'euros. While that won't be the reason United will keep him, it does have some food for thought. Locker room man With seven goals scored in twenty-four games in all competitions, El Matador should nevertheless stay a little longer at the "Theater of Dreams", he who has won in the locker room. As the Times reported on Sunday, Cavani is a source of cohesion and has a strong influence with young people. So many qualities that plead in its favor.

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