Fate is cruel to Cavani

Having not been part of the PSG bubble, the British government could consider the Uruguayan as an ordinary traveler, thus forcing him to quarantine.

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Fate, mixed with a dash of UK coronavirus legislation, could see Edinson Cavani don the Manchester United jersey for the first time in Parc des Princes. The Uruguayan, who has been living in France since his contract with PSG ended at the end of last season, could not be exempt from the status of elite athlete and would miss the game that the Red Devils will play against Newcastle on the next 17 October

Therefore, and upon completing his 14 days of quarantine on Sunday 18, his debut could arrive on Tuesday in the Champions League against his team for the last seven years. Since his association with the Parisians ended, Cavani has been outside the team bubble, which means he has not undergone regular coronavirus tests from the rest of his former teammates. Therefore, and in addition to having been on vacation in Ibiza, the British Government could consider him a regular traveler arriving from France and who must comply with the 14-day quarantine.

Manchester United, for its part, has already asked the authorities to comment on the matter, while the player remains isolated in his new home in North West, where he arrived before the market closed in order to speed up the deadlines. His absence would be, in any case, a bigger problem than expected for Solskjaer, among other things because Martial must serve a sanction, making his debut against PSG would be very demanding and the next match is against a direct rival in the fight for positions. Champions as is Frank Lampard's Chelsea.



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