Darren Bent urges Manchester United to sign Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane
The English skipper publicly tried to force a move to Manchester City last year. After a long-running saga, nothing came off it and the 29-year-old had to stay put at N17.
“Where does he go? That [Manchester] City bubble has gone. United would be perfect, they need a centre-forward. That makes sense.”
👀 AG: “If #THFC finish the season with nothing, surely Kane has to go!”— talkSPORT (@talkSPORT) October 26, 2022
😬 “I’ve got a list of his trophies in front of me- NOTHING!”
🔥 DB: “#MUFC would be perfect for him, they need a centre-foward.”
Should Manchester United go in for Tottenham striker Harry Kane? 🤔 pic.twitter.com/wfJVS68zxQ
This season the England international has been linked with Bayern Munich and Chelsea, although there is no intention from Spurs to allow the player to leave. Kane sees his current contract at Spurs expire in 2024.
It would not make sense to allow the England captain to leave for a rival club. The striker has over the years established himself as one of the best in the world and his name has also become a synonym with the club and vice-versa.
Kane has been in excellent form this season, making 17 appearances in all competitions and scoring 11 goals in the process. The club have been performing well in the league, with the north London side currently sitting third in the table.
While the past few results have not gone in our favour, that does not mean we lose all hope. There is still a long way to go and Kane will play a crucial part in where we end up at the end as he has done over the years.
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Spurs would be wise to keep their talisman for as long as possible. Even if they allow the striker to leave, it will be wise to sell him to another European club rather than helping strengthen our direct league rivals.