Manchester United new manager Ralf Rangnick according to reports has spotted a a South American wonderkid ,Julian Alvarez as a potential replacement for Edinson Cavani in January.
Edinson Cavani joined Manchester United in a the last hours of the 2020 summer transfer Window. Since his debut he has won the hearts of the Manchester United fans. His goals helped Manutd secure 2nd position last season as well as reaching Europa League Finals.
Following the arrival of Christiano Ronaldo, his place in the team has been under threat and with injuries also being a major problem this season.
According to reports he has already reached an agreement with Barcelona which means he could leave in January.
21-year-old Julian Alvarez, who is an Argentine has been in a fine form since last season. His record of 18 goals and seven assists from 21 matches helped River Plate won the Argentine league in November.
With his potential, and with the record of Ralf with young talents, he can be a good addition to the Red Devils.
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