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Manchester United forward Edinson Cavani could leave the club in the summer, according to Paul Ince. The Uruguay international has impressed in his first season at Old Trafford but has been rumoured to be thinking about moving on at the end of the campaign.
Cavani, 34, has proven to be the most effective striker for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer this season.
When fit he has often been preferred to Anthony Martial but the Red Devils continue to be linked to the likes of Erling Haaland.
The striker’s father, Luis, claimed Cavani was not comfortable playing in England though.
“There is a 60% chance that Edinson will come to South America,” Luis Cavani told the TyC Sports network, amid links with a possible move to Boca Juniors.
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It has been claimed Cavani is not happy in England due to his ‘negrito’ Twitter storm and three-match ban that was handed to him.
“Cavani has come in and he’s been a revelation,” Ince said on talkSPORT.
“I know we talk about Fernandes coming in and being very, very good, but Cavani he’s a natural goalscorer.
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“As well as Martial and Rashford can do upfront, when you talk about natural goalscorers, Cavani has showed that when he plays, the runs he makes, he knows where the space is and knows how to score.
“Whether he decides to stay or not I don’t know.
“When you look at the team against Manchester City and how they played he might be thinking ‘well, is this the way they’re going to go next year, am I going to get as many games? I’m not getting any younger’.
“I can see him going.
“All this social media stuff has not gone down well, it’s a little bit pathetic to be fair, and I can see why Cavani is a little upset about it.
“All the angles look like he will go, but hopefully he’ll leave with a few more goals in the back of the net for United.”
United will hope to keep Cavani as they look to challenge for trophies again next season.
The Red Devils return to action tonight when they take on AC Milan in the Europa League.
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