Uruguayan striker Edinson Cavani has reportedly made a decision on his future at Manchester United with the season nearing its end.
The 34-year-old joined the Red Devils on a free transfer at the start of the season after parting ways with Paris Saint-Germain
There are a number of reports claiming the Uruguayan is wanted by Argentine giants Boca Juniors should he decided to leave Old Trafford.
However, ESPN correspondent Moi Lorens claims that Cavani will now stay another season with the Manchester outfit.
ESPN have also reported that the striker is keen stay in Europe as long as possible ahead of the FIFA World Cup in Qatar next year.
United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer admitting he is trying to convince the striker to remain at Old Trafford.
"He was out for a long time before he came here," he said. "He's had injuries, worked hard and showed his quality. He knows I'd love to have him for another year. I understand it's been very difficult for him," he said, as per ESPN.
"I've promised him Old Trafford and Manchester is a different place with fans in and I must try to get that feeling that Manchester is a good place to live. I'm doing my best.
"We don't have to sell it to him; it's about how he feels coming in every day, the team we are creating, he's part of it."
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