Manchester United have shelved their plans to sign a new striker during the summer transfer window, The Times reports.
Cavani, who has netted 15 goals this season, recently signed a new one-year contract, and this appears to have changed the club’s focus.
According to The Times, United are no longer interested in signing a striker, and their focus may lie on recruiting a right winger.
Borussia Dortmund’s Jadon Sancho was their top target last summer, and they are planning a renewed approach for his services.
United refused to meet the £108m price tag last year, but they could sign him for a reduced £77.4m fee in the upcoming transfer window.
Sancho is reportedly open to testing himself in the Premier League, having previously failed to earn a chance with Manchester City.
The attacker has also been linked with Chelsea, but it is unclear whether they will enter a bidding battle with the Red Devils this summer.