Man United don’t need Cavani this summer

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It’s time for this Man United transfer target to deliver

Date: 17th June 2014 at 6:32pm
Written by Thomas Hallett

There was no doubt about Edinson Cavani’s status in Uruguay’s starting XI for their World Cup opener against Costa Rica. Injury to Luis Suarez allowed Cavani to take up the central striking role and carry the scoring responsibility for his side. But, first-half penalty aside, it was an indifferent performance from the Paris Saint-Germain forward, who is coming off his worst season in terms of goals in four years. 16 league goals is by no means a bad return; Cavani’s final tally was also a result of playing second fiddle to Zlatan Ibrahimovic for much of the campaign. But the lofty heights reached by the Uruguayan while at Napoli means there is an expectation from a striker widely considered as one of the best on the continent. In ... Read More


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