Man Utd have ‘mole’ who leaked information about player ‘furious with Solskjaer’

Manchester United have a 'mole in the camp' that has leaked information about a player who is 'furious' with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

This according to former Sky Sports presenter Richard Keys, who has claimed that Cavani "wasn't happy" with being substituted off by Solskjaer during Saturday's draw with Everton at Old Trafford.

The Uruguayan was replaced by Cristiano Ronaldo in the 57th minute with United leading 1-0 through Anthony Martial but were pegged back by the Toffees eight minutes after Cavani was withdrawn.

In addition, Cavani reportedly 'stormed past' Solskjaer as he left the field after being subbed off by the Norwegian.

Writing in his blog, Keys said: “Solskjaer started his best centre-forward, but strangely chose to withdraw him after an hour. I’ve no idea why – but more significantly – Cavani was both puzzled and furious.

“My mole working near the dugouts tells me he stormed past Solskjaer when he came off, but quickly changed his mind about ignoring the manager and shook hands.

“But make no mistake – he wasn’t happy and there’s trouble brewing there.”

Cavani, who signed a one-year contract extension with the club in the summer, has seen his opportunities greatly reduced this season with the arrival of Ronaldo.

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Saturday's match represented his first start of the season and he has so far yet to score in the 119 minutes he has played across four matches this campaign.

As a result, his future at the club appears in doubt, with reports in Argentina suggesting Cavani is a target for Barcelona in January and that he is open to the move.

He has also discussed his struggles for minutes this season, telling El Observador: “In football, you have to always be ready. It’s one of the keys at the top level.

“Sometimes you play more, sometimes you play less, managers make decisions, but that doesn’t stop the work to always be competitive.

“The league has just started and I have needed to be, not quite like last year, but I’m there to be a part of it.”

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