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Barca are considering a Man United goalscorer

In search of a replacement for Sergio Agüero, FC Barcelona would have activated the track of Edinson Cavani, the Uruguayan striker of Manchester United.

Victim of discomfort, a few days ago in the middle of a match, Sergio Aguero will be absent from the field for several months because of a heart problem. Leaving a big void in attack, the former Manchester City scorer will be replaced during the next winter transfer market. Following closely the performances of the striker of the RB Leipzig, Dani Olmo and the Skyblues winger, Raheem Sterling, the Catalan leaders would have activated a new track in this file.

According to information from Sport, the Barcelona team wants to recruit Edinson Cavani, the Manchester United striker next January. In lack of playing time with the Red Devils since the arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo, the Uruguayan is looking for a new base. Desiring to revive at 34, the former Paris Saint-Germain could be tempted by a departure towards Catalonia. However, he will have to revise his salary requirements downwards in the event of a transfer to Spain.



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