Edinson Cavani To Barcelona Reaches BREAKING POINT!

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Barcelona are currently pushing for Manchester United striker Edinson Cavani ahead of January window, MySportDab reports.

The Spanish side want to sign the out of favored United man who has been left out of regular starting lineup.

Cristiano Ronaldo arrival have caused so much for the former Manchester United number seven who now hardly gets playing time.


Barcelona are looking to snap up Edinson Cavani ahead of the January window which he will also have the chance of playing regular football.

The Uruguay International was Manchester United leading striker for last season as his goals helped them in finishing second.

La Liga giants want the Red Devils striker as Sergio Aguero is set to announce his retirement from football after few months of joining Barca.

The Argentine currently have a heart condition which he was advised to quit playing football so his life won’t be endangered.

Barcelona have made Manchester United striker Edinson Cavani their top priority for the winter transfer window, according  to claims reaching us from Sport.

With their striker Sergio Aguero expected to announce his retirement on Wednesday due to heart problems.

The Liga giants are eager to ensure that they have another proven goalscorer on their books ready to lead the line.

Edinson Cavani is the man they trust to get the job done for them as they have been struggling to get results despite Xavi Hernandez appointment.

Barcelona recently crashed out of the UEFA Champions League group stages after failing to get past Bayern Munich who thrashed in their last game.

They have also been unable to improve in the laliga Santander table which they have dropped further below since Ronaldo Koeman left them.

Barcelona are now looking to go into the market for new players in the January window which will include them signing Edinson Cavani from Manchester United.

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