Teddy Sheringham: Manchester United Should Buy Harry Kane


Manchester United title holder Teddy Sheringham has told Manchester United that they should sign Harry Kane from Tottenham Hotspur.

The former England player spoke about the importance of attracting quality players to compete for major awards.

“Tottenham need to keep Harry Kane to go forward, if Manchester United want to move forward, they need to buy Harry Kane,” Sheringham told talkSPORT.

“He would be the perfect solution, and I have a funny feeling that signing Weghorst until the end of the season is just a small temporary measure, just adding a central striker.

“But if you take that extra step, you need to buy the best players, and Manchester United have always done that, and Harry is still the best central striker, along with Holland, that you can get.

“You won’t get Holand, so go and get Harry, he will lead the line, he will be professional, he will be focused, he will pull the players behind him, and he will make your club better, no doubt.

“I’ve said about other players like Declan Rice and the frustrated West Ham fans that West Ham need to keep Declan Rice, but other teams looking to make their clubs bigger, stronger and better need to sign players like him, and these players don’t. they appear frequently, so you need to get them when they are ready to be captured.

Sheringham himself moved from Tottenham to Manchester United back in 1997 and achieved successes that would simply have been impossible if he had stayed at Spurs.

As Harry Kane approaches the final twelve months of his contract, it seems he may be realizing that he too needs to move elsewhere to succeed.

He had previously pushed for a move when Manchester City called at the start of last season, but the Blue Skies were rebuffed by Daniel Levy’s typically bullish negotiating style.

However, the Tottenham chairman is now in a much weaker negotiating position as Kane’s contract expires at the end of next season.

And while there are reports that Kane will consider staying at Tottenham, the lack of clarity regarding the future of coach Antonio Conte, as well as some very unconvincing performances by the North London club, may force Kane to look elsewhere as he chases the former. the trophy of his career at the age of 29.

Kane has been in fantastic form this season, scoring 15 Premier League goals in 20 appearances, lifting his team to 5th place in the table.


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