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Man United Sign Cavani From PSG On Two-year Contract

Man United Sign Cavani From PSG On Two-year Contract

Manchester United have completed their second transfer on Deadline Day signing following the capture of Uruguayan striker Edinson Cavani on a free transfer.

United announced Cavani’s signing on their website on Monday.

The Red Devils had announced the signing of Brazil left-back Alex Telles from Portuguese giants FC Porto.

Cavani had been without a club since leaving PSG in the summer when his contract expired.

The 33-year-old has signed a two-year contract at United and will earn around £175,000-a-week.

Cavani, with 341 club goals since arriving in Europe at Palermo in 2007, played for PSG for seven seasons, joining from Napoli in 2013 and is the French outfit’s top scoring player with 200 goals, usurping Zlatan Ibrahimovic for the crown in 2018.

At PSG Cavani won six Ligue 1 titles, while he has also scored 50 goals in 116 appearances for Uruguay.

United – who will face PSG in this season’s Champions League group stage also signed Donny Van De Beek from Ajax.

Borussia Dortmund’s England winger Jadon Sancho has been the prime target for the Red Devils, but talks have not progressed.

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  • Dr. Drey 2 weeks ago

    And this pushes Ighalo down to 6th choice in the Man U attack.
    The writing has always been on the wall since when the 1st loan ended, but supporters were too emotional to give Jude proper advise.
    Odion should manage his $150k per week pay-cut and a place in the stands in exchange for his “childhood dreams” till January when this current loan deal expires.

     
  • Abdulrahman 2 weeks ago

    January is not far again…laughs

     
  • Melaye 2 weeks ago

    What a shame, when you had the opportunity to continue to shine in china, you yielded to wrong advise. What happened to all those making noise that you will displace martial and greenwood. Hope you learn from this. Just imagine the money you losing till January

     
  • pompei 2 weeks ago

    I remember commenting here that 400k a week is not something that one should give up for childhood dreams. Childhood dreams is ok, but business is business. Even Jeff Bezos will have to be dragged away at gun point from that kind of money.
    I’m happy that Ighalo scored a few goals and generally acquitted himself well for Man United. The dream has been realized, for the most part. Come January, he needs to make decisions that prioritize his fast approaching retirement.

     
    • Dr. Drey 2 weeks ago

      My brother, nor be small money the guy dey loose every week o. Left for me, he should have gone back to china when the ovation was loudest in June with a BIG BIG reputation. Score some few goals in china between June and December and watch another big team in Europe (possibly the same Man U) come looking for him with a better loan pay package again by next January. Football is business and should be treated as one…especially when retirement is staring you in the face. I trust Obafemi Martins for that one…na anywhere benjamins dey d dude dey flow go.

       
      • JimmyBall 2 weeks ago

        Ighalo sef think say man united really wanted him? He was only signed as a stop gap… They don’t trust him. Let him run fast and go back to China. Who go see better money the talk of childhood dream…