Man United striker, Cavani has signed a one-year contract extension with United. Endinson Cavani joined the Red Devils last October after departing Paris Saint-Germain earlier.
The Uruguayan’s deal at Old Trafford included the option to extend for a further year, which has now been agreed.
The 34-year-old striker moved to Old Trafford on Deadline Day in October and has helped United to the Europa League final, as well as second place in the Premier League.
Following United’s 6-2 win over Roma in the Europa League last month – in which Cavani scored twice and had a hand in two more goals – Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said he had made the striker aware of his desire to keep him at the club.
The Uruguay international turned down interest from Argentinian giants Boca Juniors to remain with United.
Cavani has quickly become a fan favourite among united supporters this season, and says their pleas for him to stay were a big factor behind his decision.