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Two Key Reasons Why Man United Should Not Sell Edison Cavani In The Next Transfer Window

There is an ongoing transfer rumor that Edison Cavani might leave Man United in the next transfer window, the Uruguayan joined Man United on October 5th, 2020. Ole Gunnar Solkjear sealed Edison Cavani's deal in order to boost the Manchester United attack.

The signing of Edison Cavani from PSG was one of Man United's best signature last season and the 34 years old has proven to be a legend in the game.

Edison Cavani was giving the No7 jersey on his arrival to the club, many fans speculated that he might not perform up to par with that jersey but he proved everyone wrong and gave an impressive performance on his debut at the club.

Last season, Edison Cavani scored some crucial goals that helped Man United in the title race and on their way to the UEFA Europa League finals. In this article, we will analyze two key reasons Man United needs to keep Edison Cavani at the club.

Cavani's Stat In The 20/21 Season

Edison Cavani's stats for Man United in the 2020/2021 season was a great one and the Uruguayan proved doubters wrong. Edison Cavani featured in just 26 games in EPL and he was a sub in most of these games but the former PSG man scored 10 goals and assisted thrice with the red devil's jersey in EPL.

Aside from performing well in the EPL, Edison's performance in the Europa League was superb, the star man contributed nine goals in 5 appearances for Man United in the Europa League.

Man United striker

Manchester United currently boasts of well-loaded attackers but most of these players are either right-winger or left-winger.

Edison seems to be the only attacker in the team who always plays as a No 9, others either play as a false Nine or assisted striker. Man United needs to keep this young man in order to boost the team's attack.

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