Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is facing a huge time trying to convince his star players to commit their futures at Old Trafford.
The problem begun with Jesse Lingard who has decided that he will force his move away from Old Trafford after he rediscovered his form away on loan at West Ham United.
Now Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has another major problem to solve as his Uruguayan striker seems closer to move out of the club rather than signing an extension.
According to reliable journalist and transfer guru Fabrizio Romano, Edinson Cavani has not given his final verdict on his contract decision.
Fabrizio Romano stated: "Manchester United have not yet received any official or final position from Edinson Cavani, the board are waiting to have a new meeting at the end of the season with Cavani to decide about the his future together."
Edinson Cavani has been in top form since he signed for Manchester United as he has put on brilliant performance by scoring goals and providing assists to his teammates.
He has been a huge influence to the youngsters at the club who are learning a lot from the veteran star.
Will Manchester United miss out on a top player if they release him?
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