Edinson Cavani has been advised to leave Manchester United for Boca Juniors this summer, with Uruguay assistant coach Mario Rebollo talking up the benefits of heading back to South America.
The 34-year-old has enjoyed a relatively successful first year at Old Trafford, contributing six goals and two assists from 19 outings in the Premier League.
However, it has been suggested for some time that the Uruguay international may be tempted to return to South America after 14 years in Europe.
According to ESPN, the veteran is currently expected to sign a deal with Argentina giants Boca Juniors over the coming months.
While Cavani possesses a two-year contract with United, both parties can also agree to cut ties in the summer.
Luis Cavani, Edinson’s father, has previously suggested that his son was more likely to sign for Boca Juniors than remain in England.