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07 October 2020 16:33

Cavani, the 33-year-old striker, was one of four new players brought in by the club on deadline day.

Cavani revealed yesterday that he and his partner tested positive for coronavirus just over a month ago Edinson Cavani is in danger of missing Manchester United's next Premier League game because he is in quarantine after completing his free transfer to Old Trafford. Cavani, the 33-year-old striker, was one of four new players brought in by the club on deadline day. A brief holiday to Ibiza aside, Cavani has been living in France since he left Paris Saint-Germain at the end of last season. Under government regulations anyone arriving into the UK from France has to quarantine for 14 days. There is an exemption for elite athletes but that rule only usually applies if the player enters the UK from a secure bubble where they are regularly tested.

Manchester United’s quarantine worry over Edinson Cavani

Paul Pogba, for example, will not have to quarantine when he returns from the