Manchester United are not contended with the few signings they have made these summer. Despite having brought in the likes of Sancho, Varane, Ronaldo and as well as Heaton.
With already some big names out of Old Trafford. Academy graduate Perreira has left for Flamingo. As well as Daniel James has joined Leeds United. While Williams had earlier on moved on loan to Norwich.
Now as per the Express, as well as the Sun, Manchester United's Edison Cavani. Has been heavily affected by the presence of Ronaldo into the team. Due to the fact that Ole has made it perfectly clear.
That Cristiano will be deployed as a number nine. Which is a big competition for Cavani. Again there is the issue of jeyse number seven. Of which Ronaldo is expected to put that on again.
And Express, via Spanish journalist Gerald Romero. Are reporting that Barcelona are in advanced talks. With Manchester United and Edison Cavani. Over a possibility of deadline day transfer. Involving the Uruguayan international to Camp Nuo.
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