Firm! Rangnick doesn’t want to let Cavani go in January

Manchester

Edinson Cavani increasingly widely associated with the departure of Manchester United on the winter market. Ralf Rangnick insists, Cavani will stay.

Uruguay’s top striker will become a free agent at the end of the season after extending his contract last summer. In his second season in uniform with the Red Devils, Cavani still often grapples with injuries plus the arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo made him not get enough playing minutes.

However, under the direction of Rangnick Cavani, who is fit again, he can play together with Ronaldo on the front lines of MU. The result, MU draw with Newcastle United 1-1, then roll Burnley 3-1.

Meanwhile Edinson Cavani became the target of Barcelona after losing Sergio Aguero due to early retirement. Cavani is even said to have entered into a personal agreement with the Spanish giants.

Manchester United interim manager Ralf Rangnick revealed no intention to sell Cavani. Rangnick still desperately needs the 34-year-old footballer.

“We’ve talked quite a bit in the last few weeks, maybe he’s the player I’ve spoken to the most,” Rangnick said. “I told him from day one, for me, he is a very important player.”

“And as I said, his professionalism, his work ethic is amazing and I told him I really wanted him to stay until the end of the season. He knows how.”

“He also knows how highly I value him and how much I respect him. We spoke and he knew that I absolutely would not let him go.”

“For me, he is a very important player for the rest of the season, we are still playing in three competitions so we will really need Edi. I would have preferred to have another Edi, but for me it was clear that Edi had to stay.” straightforward Rangnick about Cavani.

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