Why Manchester United should go all out for Tottenham star striker Harry Kane.
Manchester United have had an impressive season with a top four finish guaranteed and a UEFA Europa League final that could end their trophy drought.
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, in his recent interviews, has admitted that catching up with their bitter rivals Manchester City is very hard and almost impossible.
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But if the red half of Manchester wants to break their ninth year Premier League title drought, they should take the next step by making couple of major signings in the upcoming summer transfer window.
Manchester United would be an ideal destination for Kane but the Red Devils might see their title rivals Manchester City and Chelsea competing to seal the signature of the English forward for next season.
Here’s why Manchester United should go all out for Tottenham star striker Harry Kane:
Long term Edinson Cavani replacement
Edinson Cavani has extended his stay for another season at Old Trafford after impressive performances for Man United .
But the 34-year-old Uruguayan striker might need some serious competition to bring the best out of him in the final years of his career.
Kane is only 27 and could easily be their long term replacement and possibly their ultimate goal machine for many years to come.
Target major trophies next season
Solskjaer knows what it feels like to win major trophies with the Red Devils during his playing days. He was part of the Sir Alex Ferguson team that went on to win an unforgettable treble in 1999.
The Manchester United manager needs to strengthen the team by adding a player like Kane at any cost and he’ll be aware of that fact that their bitter rivals Liverpool FC went on to win both the UEFA Champions League and Premier League under Jurgen Klopp.
The Norwegian will be under pressure to collect major trophies and win the hearts of the modern Manchester United fanbase by giving them something to remember and cherish.
Should Manchester United go all out and sign Harry Kane this summer?