Reports: Juventus refused to include Cavani as an alternative to Ronaldo’s departure to Manchester United

Reports: Juventus refused to include Cavani as an alternative to Ronaldo’s departure to Manchester United

Italian press reports revealed:

Juventus refused to obtain the services of Uruguayan striker Edinson Cavani, the Manchester United star, to compensate for the departure of Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo to United before the closure of the summer transfer market.

The Italian website Calciomercato said:

Manchester United offered Juventus to include Cavani, before the summer Mercato closed, as a replacement for Portuguese star Ronaldo, but the Juventus administration rejected the idea of ​​including the Red Devils striker.

The Italian report added:

The English club’s offer comes in order to release the number 7 shirt that Cavani wears, in order to get the Portuguese star Ronaldo.

The Uruguayan striker agreed to give up the number 7 shirt with United for the Portuguese star returning to Manchester United.

After his departure from the team in the summer of 2009 to Real Madrid, in a record deal at the time, amounting to 94 million euros.

Manchester United had renewed Cavani’s contract with the club until the end of the current season.

And this is after his brilliance with the team in his first season, after he arrived in a free transfer deal after the end of his contract with his former club, Paris Saint-Germain.

Ronaldo returned to Manchester United this summer after 3 seasons with Juventus, in a deal worth 23 million euros.

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