Edinson Cavani formally joined the Red Devils on move cutoff time day, and it had been felt that the striker would highlight against the Magpies with Anthony Martial serving a suspension.
Be that as it may, as per The Times, the 33-year-old could be compelled to hold back to show up for the Red Devils as, under government rules, anybody showing up in the United Kingdom from France should isolate for 14 days due to the COVID pandemic.
Most of the tip-top competitors are excluded from the standard, however, the striker left Paris Saint-Germain prior to this late spring and has accordingly been living with the overall population, implying that he is probably going to need to self-separate at home for the following fortnight, missing the Newcastle conflict all the while.
Cavani, who has been given the number seven shirt at Old Trafford, could in this manner make his introduction against previous club PSG in the Champions League on October 20.
The South American tried positive for COVID before this late spring after an outing to Ibiza.