Edinson Cavani ‘makes Man Utd transfer decision’ with Boca Juniors poaching.
Manchester United’s striker Edinson Cavani has informed Manchester United chiefs he will be leaving the club this summer, according to multiple reports in South America.
Cavani has been in scintillating form recently, bagging three goals in as many outings, despite his father’s claims last month that the Uruguayan is unhappy and would like to move nearer his family.
Cavani, who has two-and-a-half months remaining on his contract has an option to extend it for another season but it would require both the player and the club to agree to activate this clause.
According to Uruguayan television channel Punto Penal, the former Paris Saint-Germain star will pass up this opportunity to leave Old Trafford this summer.
Reports suggest that the striker has his heart set on putting European football behind him.
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Argentine outlet Doble Amarilla provided more details regarding the Uruguayan by claiming Cavani informed the Manchester United hierarchy of his intention to leave Old Trafford for South America at the end of the season.
According to the reports, Cavani appreciates the efforts Manchester United have made to keep him at Old Trafford, but he is really determined to move nearer his family.
Boca Juniors in a solid position to acquire the veteran striker signature.
The Argentine publication TyC Sports claiming that the club are reserving their No.7 and No.9 jerseys, which are Cavani’s favorite shirt numbers ahead of his arrival this summer.
Last month, Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaersaid that the ball was in Cavani’s court as the Norweigian discussed Cavani’s future at Manchester Old Trafford.
“I cannot comment on what has been said, I can only say that we’re very pleased with Edinson.
“He’s really helping the young kids, as we wanted him to.
“He will make his decision and he knows that we are very fond of what he’s given to the club, even though he’s probably played less games than he wanted.”
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