Man United to go after Harry Kane

Man United Harry Kane

Ronaldo is now 37 years old, so Man United will likely pursue signing another striker likely to be Harry Kane in the summer window. Fabrizio Romano stated that Manchester United will not extend Edinson Cavani’s contract past this season. Due to the club’s lack of intention to extend him beyond the season.

England captain Harry Kane appears to be an attractive target once again at Old Trafford. According to The Athletic, a move seems more likely than it did last year due to “budget constraints” at the club following their £76.5 million signing of Jadon Sancho.

It is reported that Tottenham has also discussed Benfica’s Darwin Nunez and Roma’s Tammy Abraham. Leveraging their relationship with Jorge Mendes, with a view to replacing the striker.

It appears that Manchester United may already be planning to live without their homegrown star next season. They have already conceded they will have to sell them. United fans can take heart that Kane could next season wear a redshirt.

Harry Kane a better option than Haaland for Man United

As an alternative to clinical Borussia Dortmund striker Erling Haaland, Kane would serve as a better option than the former. He has scored more league goals but has been described as sluggish at times throughout his career. His dribbling record says it all, as Kane has completed fewer dribbles than the £90m-rated England international.

Erling Haaland, the clinical striker of Borussia Dortmund, is classified as sluggish at times throughout his career, a trait that makes Harry Kane a better alternative to the Man United. His dribbling record says it all, as Kane has completed fewer dribbles than the £90m-rated England international.

In terms of successful dribbles, he only ranks in the top 50%. Spurs forward Harry Kane has now scored 83 goals in the Premier League already, so he is hungrier than ever to score goals, and by growing and developing not only himself, but those around him as well, he can help Man United return to glory.

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