United's Top Striker Set For a Longer Stay at Old Trafford
By evans007 | self meida writer
Published 7 days ago - 139 views
Manchester United have been having problems with their strikers constantly missing open chances. The red devils have their strikers not clinical in finishing. The player who has always been seen wasting clear opportunities is French sensation Anthony Martial. Martial has been having rough time this season with the player severally racially abused after missing to score.
His English counterpart Marcus Rashford has been also inconsistent with his perfomances this season. However, Manchester United's problems might be coming to an end after news of Cavani's contract extension emerged.
The Uruguayan earned his place in Solskjaer's starting lineup recently with the player starting from the bench at the start of the season. Reports from Old Trafford state that the Uruguayan striker wants to extend his stay at the club past next season.
The player has been tipped to be a mentor to United's young talents including Mason Greenwood. Cavani's interest to stay at Old Trafford has sparked joy among United fans who highly regard the striker.
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