Manchester United ‘trying to clarify whether Edinson Cavani should be separated for 14 days’

Edinson Cavani will have to self-immolate for 14 days and he looks to miss the next game at Man Utd.

Manchester United are ‘trying to clarify whether Edinson Cavani should be separated for 14 days’ … with a new sign they are currently set to miss a possible debut against Newcastle

  • Manchester United’s next game is against Newcastle United next Saturday
  • However, new signer Edinson Cavani is looking to miss that match due to self-isolation
  • Cavani had to be kept apart for two weeks after arriving in the UK on Sunday
  • However, United are establishing whether a loophole means Cavani could play too soon

Manchester United are expecting a loophole which means star signer Edinson Cavani will not have to self-immolate for 14 days, it has been reported.

Currently, Uruguayan have been sidelined for two weeks due to the absence of any elite athletes and living among the general public – meaning he will miss United’s Premier League clash against Newcastle next Saturday.

Anyone coming to the country from France will have to self-immolate for 14 days, according to UK government guidelines, with Cavani delaying his involvement until October 19, but United are questioning whether the striker can join him. As soon as the teammates.

Edinson Cavani will have to self-immolate for 14 days and he looks to miss the next game at Man Utd.

But the Red Devils are looking to see if any loopholes mean Kavanagh could train and play soon.

But the Red Devils are looking to see if any loopholes mean Kavanagh could train and play soon.

According to The sun, United want to make it clear that Cavani must have two weeks of truly isolated experience and if this control can be overcome in any way.

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Cavani has revealed that he and his partner Jocelyn Bergard have tested positive for the colonovirus and have not been part of any elite athlete bubble since leaving PSG in June.

Arriving in England on Sunday and now self-contained for fifteen days, Cavani is set to miss United’s next game against Newcastle on Saturday, October 1.

A day before the Red Devils’ Champions League tie against his former club in Paris – he will be training with his new teammates for the first time on Monday 19 October.

Cavani wrote on the transfer deadline - but his debut has been delayed.

Cavani wrote on the transfer deadline – but his debut has been delayed.

Cavani revealed on Tuesday that he and his girlfriend had contracted the virus a month ago after a holiday in Ibiza with former PSG teammates Angel Di Maria and Leandro Perezis.

He almost considered quitting football before Cavani and Bergard went on to fully recover.

“Your family’s health comes first,” Cavani told Argentine radio program Dos de Panta.

33-year-old Uruguayan and model girlfriend Jocelyn Bergard contracted the coronavirus

33-year-old Uruguayan and model girlfriend Jocelyn Bergard contracted the coronavirus

‘Of course I have considered the idea of ​​quitting football.

‘It’s true that I managed that option and devoted myself to my life in the countryside, to play that possibility and stay in the countryside.

‘We have endured the coronavirus with my family and my girlfriend. The truth is that it was bad because of the fear of waking up. Thank God we have healed and developed well and we are here. ‘

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