The previous PSG star will observe the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo and Eric Cantona by sporting the quantity after transferring to Outdated Trafford on a free switch
Edinson Cavani says he is able to settle for the duty of sporting the No 7 at Manchester United, with the Uruguayan saying he takes “nice pleasure” in changing into the newest star to put on the shirt.
Cavani completed his move to Old Trafford on Monday, becoming a member of Man Utd on a one-year take care of the choice for an additional yr.
Now formally signed, Cavani will put on the No 7 shirt, following the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo, David Beckham, Eric Cantona and George Finest, and the previous Paris Saint-Germain star says he understands the duty that comes with that quantity as he will get prepared to start his United profession.
“It can give me nice pleasure to put on the No 7 shirt for Manchester United,” Cavani instructed ESPN Argentina’s 90 Minutes. “Now I’m going to organize for this duty, do my greatest to be prepared and luxuriate in it and I hope to make my mark at Manchester United.
“I’ve two years of a contract with Manchester United. I wish to give it my all right here. I really feel good.”
Cavani revealed on Monday that he nearly quit football this past summer after he and his girlfriend battled Covid-19. The Uruguayan mentioned he significantly thought of retiring and transferring to the countryside, leaving the sport behind altogether.
Cavani hadn’t publicly revealed that he battled the virus, saying that he didn’t wish to focus on it on the time.
“There was no want to inform anybody or say something,” mentioned Cavani.
“It might have been completely different if I had been taking part in, but it surely occurred after we took trip in Spain. After we arrived in Paris, we examined unfavorable, however later, after that, my girlfriend confirmed signs so we repeated the check and he or she was optimistic and since she had it, I additionally had it. I’m speaking about it now as a result of it already occurred.”
Manchester United won’t play this weekend because of the worldwide break, giving the group an additional week to simmer following a lopsided 6-1 loss to Tottenham on Sunday.