Manchester United’s new boy Edinson Cavani Uruguayan p plays as a striker remains one of the best strikers in the world, according to Paris St Germain head coach Thomas Tuchel.
Two months after losing the Champions League final to Bayern Munich, the eternal Ligue 1 champions kick off their continental tilt with a home clash against Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side. PSG have former United players Ander Herrera and Angel Di Maria in their ranks for Tuesday’s game, while visitors can now appeal to the Parisians’ scorer record.
Cavani scored 200 goals in 301 games for PSG before leaving this summer and joining United, according to PSG head coach, who have a gem in their hands.
PSG head coach said of the 33-year-old Uruguayan,`They have a great personality, like many of the greatest players in the game – it’s the same with Edi.’
“Very polite, almost a little shy. Hard and hard worker. He will be present at every workout (session) from the first minute until the last minute. Every part from the first second to the last second. You can totally count on him.’ said PSG head coach.
“He lives for goals, he lives to score. When he scores, when he has confidence in himself, he is one of the (best) number nine in world football. I hope he shows, no (Tuesday) but from Wednesday he can start convincing you all.” I have nothing against that. But (Tuesday) it is not necessary to prove me right.