Manchester United striker, Edinson Cavani, has said he is “sad and upset” over the club’s decision to prevent him from representing Uruguay during this international break.

 

 

The 34-year-old was one of 50 players affected by the Premier League’s decision not to allow players travel to countries on the UK’s COVID-19 travel red list.

 

Cavani has now admitted he is not happy by the ruling, but respects the decision.

“We’re exposed to decisions that are made in the organizations of certain tournaments and leagues and either of the two decisions is detrimental to us.

 

 

“We do not get rich with the national team. We have a commitment to ourselves and a moral commitment to defend our country.

 

“We make wealth by wearing the national team’s jersey,” Cavani told AUFTV, via El Observador, translated by Sport Witness.

 

This comes amid United’s decision to strip him of the no 7 shirt and hand it over to the returning Cristiano Ronaldo.

 

Cavani will now wear the no. 21 which he wears for Uruguay for the rest of this season.

190 thoughts on “EPL: I am sad and upset over Man Utd’s decision – Cavani”
      1. Nice news is good for y You and I will see if I can do it tomorrow if it is still possible to get the money for it and the family and I are going to I have to go to the gym and your hear from me again soon and your family have a little better today but will get back with you and your hear from you soon

    1. Man united should handle things accordingly, Cavani was prevented was from representing Uruguay during this international break and also striped of no.7 shirt which was handed over to Ronaldo, is not that too good

  1. Manchester United striker, Edinson Cavani, has said he is “sad and upset” over the club’s decision to prevent him from representing Uruguay during this

  2. Manchester United striker, Edinson Cavani, has said he is “sad and upset” over the club’s decision to prevent him from representing Uruguay during this..

  3. Manchester United striker, Edinson Cavani, has said he is “sad and upset” over the club’s decision to prevent him from representing Uruguay during this international break.
    I really feel ur pain bro please just take heart.

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  5. Manchester United striker, Edinson Cavani, has said he is “sad and upset” over the club’s decision to prevent him from representing Uruguay during this international break.

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  7. Manchester United striker, Edinson Cavani, has said he is “sad and upset” over the club’s decision to prevent him from representing Uruguay during this international break.

  8. Manchester United striker, Edinson Cavani, has said he is “sad and upset” over the club’s decision to prevent him from representing Uruguay during this international break.

    The 34-year-old was one of 50 players affected by the Premier League’s decision not to allow players travel to countries on the UK’s COVID-19 travel red list.

    Cavani has now admitted he is not happy by the ruling, but respects the decision.

    “We’re exposed to decisions that are made in the organizations of certain tournaments and leagues and either of the two decisions is detrimental to us.

    “We do not get rich with the national team. We have a commitment to ourselves and a moral commitment to defend our country.

    “We make wealth by wearing the national team’s jersey,” Cavani told AUFTV, via El Observador, translated by Sport Witness.

    This comes amid United’s decision to strip him of the no 7 shirt and hand it over to the returning Cristiano Ronaldo.

    Cavani will now wear the no. 21 which he wears for Uruguay for the rest of this season.

  9. He should not be sad. that decision affected many players, but if you look at it . It is for benefit of others and to minimize the spreading of covid 19.

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