Recent rumors suggest Manchester United forward Edinson Cavani is set to leave the club in January with Barcelona looking to to sign the veteran striker to replace Sergio Kun Aguero.
Deal looks likely even though reports suggest Manchester United wants to keep the striker till the end of season.
According to former West Ham player Frank McAvennie who is now a pundit, Manchester United must keep the player at all cost.
McAvennie speaking to Football Insider correspondent Ben Wild said emphatically that:
“He’s got to be one of the best attackers at Man United. For me, there are few strikers better than Cavani on his day.
“You have a 20-plus goal striker there. He hasn’t quite shown it this season but we saw it last year.
“Stick him in attack and give him the same number of chances as Ronaldo, you will see a similar goal return.
“Letting him go is madness. He can still do a job, a great job.
“I’m a big fan of his and I don’t know why he’s not playing more. Maybe it’s because there is an emphasis on the younger players at Man United.
“That’s fine but sometimes you need experience and Cavani has over 300 career goals.”
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