Manchester United hot sensation, Edinson Cavani has apologized for a social media post where he offered a racially harsh remark subsequent to helping Manchester United win Southampton 3-2 on Sunday, November 29.
In the wake of controlling Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side to triumph against Southampton where he scored twice in the subsequent a large portion of, the 33-year-old veteran striker answered to a companion’s celebratory message with ‘Gracias ni***’ a term which could be viewed as bigoted in the UK.
He erased the post after he was made mindful of how the phrasing could be deciphered in the UK as the Football Association might boycott him.
It is perceived the striker accepted he was acting in a benevolent way with a mate and didn’t plan to be bigoted.
In an explanation on Monday, November 30, Cavani apologized for any offense he may have caused, he stated: “The message I posted after the game on Sunday was expected as a tender welcome to a companion, expressing gratitude toward him for his congrats after the game.
“The exact opposite thing I needed to do was cause offense to anybody. I am totally restricted to bigotry and erased the message when it was clarified that it tends to be deciphered in an unexpected way. I might want to truly apologize for this.”
An assertion from Manchester United added: “It is obvious to us that there was definitely no pernicious aim behind Edinson’s message and he erased it when he was educated that it very well may be misinterpreted.
“Edinson has given an expression of remorse for any inadvertent offense caused. Manchester United and the entirety of our players are completely dedicated to the battle against prejudice.”