Edinson Cavani Exit From Man United CONFIRMED! (NEW UPDATE)

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Edinson Cavani exit from Manchester United is sure to happen end of the season, MySportDab reports.

The Uruguay international has been struggling to get playing time under new manager Ralf Rangnick despite keeping him.

Manchester United are set to do without Edinson Cavani when the season comes to an end following talks already being held.

The striker was earlier reported to be nearing a move to Barcelona when the January window opened.

Unfortunately, nothing happened as he is still with Manchester United who decided not to allow him leave the club.

He is desperate to leave after seeing his place taken over by Cristiano Ronaldo who has been pushing the team despite his age.

Edinson Cavani is destined to leave Manchester United in the summer, according to reports reaching us from AS.

The 34-year-old’s contract is due to expire in June and he has been strongly linked with Barcelona who already signed Aubameyang from Arsenal.

However, Cavani, who won’t be signing an extension at Manchester United when his current deal comes to an end with the club.

He is more likely to head back to South America amid interest from Corinthians, River Plate and Boca Juniors who already showing how much they need him.

It is still unclear if the player would be willing to stay in Europe or move back to where he started out playing his football career.

Other team’s including from Chinese League and the Saudis will be looking to make a move happen with him likely to get a better deal playing for them.

Edinson Cavani

Edinson Cavani was instrumental to Manchester United finishing second last season but has been unable to keep his place since Cristiano Ronaldo joined them from Juventus.

An exit is possible with the Old Trafford also might not be interested in offering him a new deal as nothing has been said till date.

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