Manchester United striker, Edinson Cavani, has said he is “miserable and upset” over the club’s choice to keep him from addressing Uruguay during this global break.
The 34-year-old was one of 50 players influenced by the Premier League’s choice not to permit players travel to nations on the UK’s COVID-19 travel red rundown.
Cavani has now conceded he is troubled by the decision, however regards the choice.
“We’re presented to choices that are made in the associations of specific competitions and associations and both of the two choices is adverse to us.
“We don’t get rich with the public group. We have a promise to ourselves and an ethical obligation to shield our country.
“We make abundance by wearing the public group’s shirt,” Cavani told AUFTV, by means of El Observador, deciphered by Sport Witness.
This comes in the midst of United’s choice to strip him of the no 7 shirt and hand it over to the returning Cristiano Ronaldo.
Cavani will currently wear the no. 21 which he wears for Uruguay for the remainder of this season.