Edinson Cavani has been a hit signing at Manchester United this summer.
The former PSG forward was signed for free by the Red Devils on a year contract but after an impressive start, OGS has hinted a new contract extension for the Uruguyan forward.
‘At the moment he looks like he has a few years left in him so I wouldn’t say anything else,’ Solskjaer said.
‘He’s been a great influence and has made a great impact since he’s come here… He’s got a few years left in him,’ he added.
‘He’s definitely a starter,’ the Norwegian stressed. ‘You don’t classify a player of that quality as anything else.
‘We’ve got plenty of starters, more than 11 starters. When you’re at Man United you should believe in yourself and trust yourself.
‘I trust him, I trust all my players and we’ve got good competition for places. He’ll probably start more games that he will not start.’
‘That was the first thing he asked me when I spoke to him, if he could wear the number seven,’ the boss said.
‘We talk about the history of the shirt and, for me, with the history of his career and the experience he’s had and his personality when I spoke to him and having watched him before… I wasn’t in doubt that he could handle that no.7 shirt.
‘He’s so meticulous and professional with his habits, everything about him shows why he’s had the career he’s had and, at the age he’s now, he’s still one of the fittest players we’ve got.’
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