Manchester United’s Edinson Cavani is enjoying his time at Old Trafford and is allegedly open to sitting down with club chiefs to discuss a possible extension.
Eyebrows were raised when the Red Devils landed the 34-year-old star on a free transfer towards the end of the summer market considering the striker’s age and the fact Cavani went seven months without making a single appearance for Paris Saint-Germain before arriving at Old Trafford.
But the experienced striker has proven himself to be a valuable addition to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side and contributed seven goals in 24 games.
According to Sky Sport Italia journalist and transfer expert Fabrizio Romano, the club will make a decision over Edinson’s future in the coming weeks and months but the South American – who put pen to paper on a one-year contract last October – is open to the prospect of extending the charismatic figure’s stay in the north west.
He claims Cavani is happy with life at the club and is relishing the chance to prove himself all over again in a new country and a new league.
The club and Edinson will come to a resolution together once the forward has returned to full fitness but Fabrizio suggests there is a ‘positive’ feeling between the two sides.
However, it will ultimately depend on both parties’ financial demands and what the former Paris Saint-Germain and Napoli star wants from his remaining years at the top of the game.