The story of Edinson Cavani: From Danubio to Manchester 🏹

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    From starting out in Uruguay to becoming one of Europe’s most-lethal strikers, Diego Forlan, James Horncastle, Tim Vickery, Thomas Tuchel, Unai Emery, Bruno Fernandes and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer tell the story of Edinson Cavani’s rise.

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