Manchester United will be seeking to sign a striker next summer as Cristiano Ronaldo’s contract expires in June.
One player that many clubs will be monitoring closely next will Harry Keane. The England captain has less than two years left on his contract at Tottenham. There are rumors that Bayern Munich are interested in Kane.
Harry Kane was close to joining Manchester City last season after agreeing on personal terms with Manchester City but Tottenham were unwilling to let their star man leave. A move to Manchester City now looks impossible with the arrival of Erling Haaland at the Eithad.
Former Manchester United striker Lois Saha feels Harry Kane will be a great signing for the red devils.
What did Louis Saha say?
The former French international told Compare. Bet: “Of course, Kane would be a great signing for United.
‘He could go anywhere in the world and he would shine.
“I would be very happy with him at United because United needs the kind of composure Kane has up front.”
Saha also added that the Politics and big egos in the dressing room are also affecting the teams’ performance.
“Some other squads are playing better at the moment, like maybe Arsenal, and you’ll see fewer problems with status and ego down there than with United.
“You don’t have to deal with Cristiano Ronaldo and scoring 700 goals or Maguire being club captain. Whereas Arsenal has a young squad full of talent and you can manage them.
“You can tell them to go and sit on the bench, players might not be happy but they can’t do anything about it. That’s not the case with United. It’s harder, there’s more politics and it can be a big challenge.”
Meanwhile, Mikel Silvestre has praised Victor Lindelof for stepping up after an injury to Raphael Varane and Harry Maguire.
The Manchester United Icon said on betting expect: “I think Victor since he joined United, has been consistent.
“Despite having different partners or managers, he’s maintained his level overall. Passing is one of his qualities. His vision, trying to find the interval, breaks the lines.
“In terms of challenging the other center-backs, he’s making a case every time he plays. It’s good for the team, good for him as well, and obviously very good for the manager.
“He can count on four solid center-backs, which hasn’t been the case for a long time.”
“Despite having different partners or managers, he’s maintained his level overall. Passing is one of his qualities. His vision, trying to find the interval, breaks the lines.”