Ex United player Urge Kane signing

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Former Manchester United player Alan Smith has urge his former side to sign Tottenham Hotspurs striker Harry Kane despite signing young striker fro Atalanta.

Alan Smith has urged Manchester United to secure Harry Kane’s signature before the summer transfer window closes. This recommendation comes despite their recent acquisition of Rasmus Hojlund.

The ex-Manchester United player believes that the addition of Kane could provide valuable learning opportunities for the young striker, and that Kane’s seamless integration into Erik ten Hag’s starting lineup is highly feasible.

“I think Man United should move for Kane despite already signing Hojlund,” Smith told Gambling Zone.

“Because he’s only 20, he’s a young lad, he’d be able to learn from Kane. He’s more of an old-fashioned No.9, whereas Hojlund is a little more in behind.

“I feel there’s space for one more and there could be a surprise towards the end of the transfer window, and it could be Kane.

“I can’t really think of anyone else who would fit the bill to play up front for Man Utd, no one jumps out other than Harry Kane.

“I’m sure everyone would like to see Harry Kane there, he would also be a loss to English football if he went to Bayern. He’s probably thinking his legacy may be ruined if leaves Tottenham for Man Utd, but I don’t think that would be the case.

“If you look at how well he’s done, I feel Kane is turning into Teddy Sheringham. A little different to him but similar in the way Spurs was his club but he went to Man Utd, so I feel it would be a shame if we lost him from the Premier League.

“I’d like to see him stay at Spurs but if he’s going to go I want him to stay in the Premier League. But I feel that if Ten Hag wanted him, it would have been done by now.”

 

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