Manchester United forward Edinson Cavani has opened up. About the difficulty he had to watch his players play during his injury time.
The Uruguay international’s last appearance for the team was back in the 1-1 draw with Burnley on February 8. Where he admits it was difficult to sit and watch his teammates instead of fighting together.
“Yes, I was unlucky to be out of my injury longer than before,” Cavani told the club’s website. “I’m not used to spending time off the pitch. It’s something I find very difficult, really hard.”
“Psychologically, it’s not that easy. because UFABET when you are not used to it It’s really hard to deal with what happens when you see your teammates on the pitch in each game and in training sessions.”
“And you can’t join them, that’s how hard it is. And it’s really frustrating that you feel that way. It makes you nervous and eager to get fit and ready as quickly as possible.” Edinson Cavani
Was born on February 14, 1987 in Salto, Uruguay. His father is a local former footballer. That’s why he and his brother began to have a love and passion for football. At a young age, Cavani greatly admired and had the idol of Argentine shooting star Gabriel Batistuta, who was the one who inspired him. He has a thirst for wanting to be a footballer and has come to trade in Europe with the Serie A Cup in Italy.
Cavani started playing football seriously for the first time at the age of 12 when he joined the youth team of Danubio in the home league. Before later, he would show off his footsteps outstandingly. And moved to play at Palermo, the famous Serie A team in Serie A for a fee of approximately 4.5 million euros in January 2007, when at that time Cavani was only 20 years old.