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Roy Keane does not want Manchester United to keep Edinson Cavani

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Former Manchester United captain Roy Keane does not want the Red Devils to extend Edinson Cavani's contract at the club.
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Former Manchester United captain Roy Keane does not want the Red Devils to keep hold of Edinson Cavani.

The Uruguay international has been in impressive form for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side this season, scoring 12 times and registering five assists in 33 appearances in all competitions.

Man United have been working to convince the 34-year-old to sign a 12-month extension to his existing deal amid suggestions that he is keen to return to South America.

A recent report claimed that Cavani has decided to stay at Old Trafford until next June, but Keane has insisted that his former club need to sign a replacement for the forward.

"I kind of hope that they don't keep him, because then they might look and think 'we don't need to go and get another'. He's 34, if you're hanging your hat on Cavani next year to getting United back to winning league titles, forget about it," Keane told Sky Sports News.

"He'll be a back-up striker and he won't want to be a back-up striker, so that's why he'll be reluctant to sign a new contract and there's obviously family reasons behind it."

Keane later revealed that he wants to see Tottenham Hotspur's Harry Kane arrive at Old Trafford. body check tags ::

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CManchester CityMan City36265576294783
2Manchester UnitedMan Utd372011670422871
3Leicester CityLeicester362061065442166
4Chelsea361810855332264
5Liverpool36189963422163
6Tottenham HotspurSpurs361781163412259
7West Ham UnitedWest Ham361781156461059
8Everton36168124643356
9Arsenal361671350381255
10Leeds UnitedLeeds37166155753454
11Aston Villa36147155144749
12Wolverhampton WanderersWolves36129153549-1445
13Southampton37128174763-1644
14Crystal Palace36128164061-2144
15Burnley36109173351-1839
16Newcastle UnitedNewcastle36109174362-1939
17Brighton & Hove AlbionBrighton36814143742-538
RFulham37513192650-2428
RWest Bromwich AlbionWest Brom36511203370-3726
RSheffield UnitedSheff Utd3662281962-4320
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