Former Liverpool midfielder Danny Murphy urges Manchester United to sign Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane this summer.
Former Liverpool midfielder Danny Murphy has actually declared that finalizing Harry Kane would make Manchester United competitors for both the Premier League and Champions League.
Kane, who is working his way back from a hamstring injury, just recently yielded that he would look to leave Tottenham Hotspur if he felt that the club were not “progressing”.
United have actually apparently recognized the England captain as a capacity summer finalizing, and Spurs chairman Daniel Levy is stated to be prepared to sanction a move if the Red Devils create a world-record quote.
Murphy has actually declared that bringing the 26- year-old to Old Trafford would be “the final piece in the jigsaw” for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer‘s side as they try to return to former magnificences.
“Manchester United are closer to challenging for the Premier League title and Champions League than many people think,” Murphy wrote in his column for the Daily Mail. “The final piece in the jigsaw is a world-class centre-forward. We understand it and they understand it. It is why they attempted to sign Erling [Braut] Haaland in January.
” If Harry Kane is readily available, even for a record rate, United would seethe not to look a present horse in the mouth.
They are the wealthiest club in England and, if there is ever a time to utilize that financial power, it would be to prise the very best striker in the nation far from Tottenham.
“Kane will ensure United goals however will likewise get the very best out of Marcus Rashford, who might play in his best position out broad and still come inside toscore Can you picture Kane on completion of the imagination of Paul Pogba or Bruno Fernandes?
“Sometimes you don’t know if new signings will adapt to playing under pressure at Old Trafford but we know from the World Cup that Kane comes alive on the big stage.”
Kane, who is contracted to Jose Mourinho‘s side till June 2024, has actually scored 181 goals in 278 appearances for Spurs in all competitions, consisting of 17 in 25 getaways during the 2019-20 campaign.