January 20, 2022

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Manchester partner Pins Cavani, Uruguay coach

Manchester partner Pins Cavani, Uruguay coach

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Uruguay has been on Timão’s radar for weeks, but the strategy Duilio outlined didn’t work

(Photo by Matthew Peters/Manchester United via Getty Images)
(Photo by Matthew Peters/Manchester United via Getty Images)

The past few weeks have been one of the main agendas for ball market, An interest Corinthians in Cavani. Timão set his strategy, however, and the Uruguayan striker decided to stay at Manchester United. The Uruguayan striker has a contract with the English club until June 2022, and Corinthians were expecting to terminate the contract in this window to start negotiations.

However, news spread around the world about the ball and even at United, Cavani was alarmed by his possible move to Parque São Jorge. Brazilian midfielder Fred, Cavani’s teammate in the Red Devils, gave an interview to ESPN’s “Pola da Viz” and revealed that he questioned the Uruguayan: “One of these days I played with him, saying I heard something from Corinthians. I said Corinthians, I played.” With him. He just laughed. He said he still had a contract to fulfill.”

After that, Fred stated that if the conversion was done it would be something unusual: “It would definitely surprise me a lot. [se ele jogasse no Brasil]. I think he should stay with us at least until the end of the season, which is when his contract expires. What a great player he is. He really helps our team, he’s a great striker. It works a lot for us and for us. South American player, fierce, right? And he is a man that I want to own for longer because he is the man who helps us the most,” he concluded.

In an interview with BBC Sports reporter Simon Stone, Manchester United coach Ralf Rangnick confirmed that he hopes to sign Cavani until the end of the European season: “We spoke for about half an hour. He told me he would definitely stay (at United). I can count on him to give his best.” And be a role model for young players.”

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