Solskjaer: We want to see Cavani celebrating with fans
Edinson Cavani's exemplary performance in Manchester United's comeback win against Tottenham Hotspur hinted at nothing but full commitment to the Reds, but the Uruguayan is yet to make a decision on his future at the club according to manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
“The goals we scored were excellent, Edinson shows why he’s a no.9,”Ole told Sky Sports.
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“For a new lad who doesn’t speak English and not having his family over here, of course it’s in the back of his head [returning to South American],”the United boss explained.
“If he decides it’s just the season then we’d be very happy to have had him here.”
“We’ve had up front and honest meetings,“ said Ole. ”It’s no secret we want to keep him. I don’t think it’s any secret too that this has been a difficult year for everyone.
“With the pandemic it’s not been possible to have friends over, family over without quarantine. You can’t travel.
“He knows what we want; I want him in Old Trafford when it’s full, Stretford End scoring a diving header like today. There’s no better feeling, so let’s wait and see.”