Manchester United produced another come from behind performance to win 3-1 against Aston Villa at Villa Park.
After the match, Manchester United legend Rio Ferdinand took to his Twitter account to join the increasing number of people pleading for Cavani to stay at Manchester United.
See his tweet below.
Edinson Cavani joined Manchester United from Paris Saint German (PSG) last summer, after agreeing to a one year contract with an additional option of extending the contract for another year.
However it looks more like Cavani will be leaving after the season with Manchester United and Cavani yet agree on the additional extension, and with Boca Junior his possible destination.
However Manchester United are hopeful that they can tie the 34 years old for another year with Ole Gunner assuring fans that he is doing everything possible to convince Cavani to stay.
I also hope Edinson Cavani stays for at least one more season. His experience will greatly benefit young Manchester United players such as Rashford and Greenwood.
So what is your take? Do you think Cavani will sign another contract?
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