Transfer News: Gary Pallister has urged Manchester United to sign Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane
Former Manchester United centre-back Gary Pallister has urged his former side to sign Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane, claiming that he does not see the north London side winning any trophies in the near future.
Kane was linked with a move to Manchester City last summer. However, after much speculation and rumours, the 29-year-old decided to stay put and even penned a new deal with the Lilywhites.
“I’d chuck him into the mix again. I know that City was his dream and he has talked about winning trophies – are Tottenham going to win anything in the near future? I’m still suggesting no. Should Harry Kane be winning the biggest and best trophies with his ability? Yes he should.”
Absolutely gutted. We’ve given it everything and it’s come down to a small detail which I take responsibility for. There’s no hiding from it, it hurts and it’ll take some time to get over it but that’s part of sport. pic.twitter.com/lw5Esl4fnA— Harry Kane (@HKane) December 11, 2022
For long Spurs have been mocked by rival fans and players alike for one thing- not having won a trophy in a decade or so. And it is understandable why a player like Kane’s calibre would want to make a move where he can win some silverware.
But things are looking good this season. A top-class manager like Antonio Conte is at the helm and the north London side have been playing good football as we sit fourth on the league table and have qualified for the next round in the Champions League as group toppers.
United have had a very successful history, but have proven themselves to be inconsistent this season. Also, they are playing in the Europa League, and it would make no sense for Kane to demote himself after leading his side to the Champions League final back in 2019.
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Any striker would be proud of the numbers that Kane has put in throughout the years. There has only been one black dot and that is the lack of silverware. However, considering how things are going this season, maybe that black dot will be removed by next May.