Edinson Cavani's career at Manchester United come to an end in the worst possible form. But Cavani his last gesture as a Man United player he will be remembered as an insult to one of the team's supporters.
All of this happened as a result of Sunday's game against Crystal Palace, in which the Red Devils lost 1-0. Cavani was seen leaving the stadium towards the team bus, where many Manchester United fans were waiting for players to complain after the end of this tragic season.
As Cavani approached the bus, he looked straight at a fan who was either screaming something at the club or aiming at Cavani. To make it clearer, Cavani held up his middle finger once more and gestured towards the fan.
The incident will undoubtedly mark the disappointing end of Cavani's race with the Red Devils. The 35-year-old will leave the club after scoring 19 goals in 59 games for the Red and that incident could make it difficult for him to find a new club to play in.
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