Manchester United have some of the biggest names in world football right now in their forward department. The club have the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo, Edinson Cavani and Marcus Rashford in their ranks. But things have not quite gone their way this season. The Red Devils have struggled going forward and failed to score more than once in most matches since the arrival of Ralf Rangnick as interim manager.
On top of that, Ronaldo is 37 years of age while Cavani is 35. Neither is a long-term solution for the club and questions are there about their futures at Manchester United as well.
Thus, the Red Devils might have to try to sign a new striker soon, very possibly as early as next summer, and one player that they have been heavily linked with is Harry Kane. The England captain was rumoured with a Tottenham Hotspur exit last summer as well, but it did not materialise.
The striker’s current deal is set to run out in the summer of 2024. As reported by The Athletic, Kane wants to assess Tottenham Hotspur’s progress and outlook before deciding on his future.
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It goes without saying that Kane would be an absolutely terrific addition to this Manchester United team. He is one of the best goalscorers in the history of the Premier League and at 28 years of age, in the middle of his prime as a footballer.
Kane is a complete striker, possessing the ability to score, link up play and set his teammates up. And as a result, he might be the final piece of the puzzle to transforming Manchester United back into Premier League contenders.
But it would be very difficult to sign him, as Tottenham Hotspur are not known for letting their best players join other Premier League clubs.