Man Utd in difficulty over Cavani’s £2 million pay-out clause
The newly revealed Edinson Cavani’s contract stipulation could put Manchester United in dilemma as he pushes to leave the club this summer.
According to a UK Mirror report, United would have to pay the Uruguay striker £2 million if he leaves Old Trafford at the end of this season, even if they want him to remain.
The pay-out clause in Cavani’s contract might give the Red Devils second thoughts about letting the player cut his two-year deal short.
Cavani is believed to be pushing for a move to Boca Juniors.
The 34-year-old’s father cast doubt over his future with United last month, when he claimed his son was unhappy in England and would not be staying for a second season.
Earlier this week, Man United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, admitted Cavani has not yet made up his mind about his future.
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