Uruguay assistant coach Mario Rebollo has offered Manchester United star Cavani some transfer advice

Uruguay assistant coach Mario Rebollo has urged Edinson Cavani to leave Manchester United when the transfer window opens up in just a few months time.

Man United shocked many people in last summers transfer window when they opted to make a move for the superstar striker after he decided that he wanted one more big challenge after deciding to leave PSG.

A short-term deal was agreed at Old Trafford after severing ties with Paris Saint-Germain, but no extension to that contract has been put in place and questions are being asked of Cavani’s future in English football.

It is no secret that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer would like to keep him at the club, but there has been alot of rumours that Cavani would like to make the move back to South American football for the final few years he has left in the game.

WHAT DID REBOLLO SAY?

Rebollo has told 2 De Punta: “It helps the national team if Cavani goes to Boca or wherever.

“The priority is that he plays where he is comfortable and with a good competitive level. If he’s close to here it’d be great, but if he’s not comfortable he would not bear it much.

“It would be good for us if Cavani plays where he feels most comfortable. It makes no difference to me if it’s Boca or another place, just where he’s better.

“We have to have him with rhythm and competition.”

ROUNDUP…

Cavani knows his body best and if he feels that he needs to leave United, then the Red Devils will just have to make sure that he is replaced in the transfer window.

But it would be a shock to still see him at the club next season guys

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