Manchester United aren’t giving up on having Edinson Cavani available for their clash with Newcastle United.
United are hoping for a loophole which means star Edinson Cavani will not have to self-isolate for 14 days, according to reports.
Currently, due to not being in an elite athlete’s bubble and living among the general public, the Uruguayan has to quarantine for two weeks – meaning he will miss United’s Premier League clash against Newcastle next Saturday.
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The Sun says United are trying to clarify if Cavani does indeed have to experience two weeks in isolation and whether if the regulation can be bypassed somehow.
Cavani has revealed that he and his partner, Jocelyn Burgardt, have tested positive for coronavirus, and he has not been a part of an elite athlete bubble since leaving PSG in June.
Having arrived in England on Sunday and now self-isolating at home for a fortnight, Cavani is set to miss United’s next game against Newcastle on Saturday, October 17.