Man Utd’s stance on Edinson Cavani’s immediate future as Ronaldo rejoins

Manchester United's stance over Edinson Cavani has been revealed following the return of Cristiano Ronaldo on Friday evening.

The Red Devils announced that the 36-year-old has re-signed with the club, 12 years after leaving for Real Madrid for a then world-record fee.

And with Ronaldo expected to take the starting role up-front, it has thrown Cavani's future up into the air.

The Uruguayan agreed to a one-year extension with the Red Devils over the summer after a successful campaign at Old Trafford.

And, according to Simon Stone, United intent to keep Cavani, and they won't terminate his contract following the arrival of Ronaldo.

Cavani has yet to make an appearance for United this season after he was granted an extended holiday following the Copa America and a subsequent personal issue.

However, he is back in United training and should be available for United's clash with Wolves.

But, despite the Premier League voting to deny players to leave during the international break to avoid missing games due to quarantine rules, Cavani will make the trip to Uruguay.

Uruguay is currently on the UK's red-list, and he could be forced to quarantine for 20 days over the next two international breaks.

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Cavani's contract expires next summer, and he has expressed his desire to play in South America, in particular Boca Juniors.

And former teammate Marcos Rojo, who currently plays for Boca, has confirmed these claims.

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