Many pundits have reckoned that the best way for Manchester United to end their ongoing performance issues is to buy adequate players in the upcoming transfer windows.
Even though spending big hasn’t been the traditional route for the Red Devils to achieve success, their business this summer was significantly lacking in the intent that Manchester City and Liverpool have shown over the years to tremendous success.
Then again, past instances of bumper-transfer windows under Louis Van Gaal and Jose Mourinho haven’t been the best for the club either.
Now, a familiar name is urging them to target one name, in particular.
While fulfilling his role as Sky Sports pundit, Roy Keane didn’t mince words in what United must do to improve their chances. Keane states: “Just go and get Kane from Spurs. Easy. They’re in disarray, go get him.”
Keane’s insistence for United to break the bank over the English striker is powered by the notion that Spurs aren’t having the best start to their season either.
His fellow pundit Graeme Souness was in agreement with this proposal, stating: “That’s where Man United should be batting, go for the best. They always have done.”
The Red Devils are desperate for a solid striker after their existing talents have drawn blanks this season. Anthony Martial’s early injury cut short his return to the no.9 position while Marcus Rashford has been absolutely dreadful in the position. Further, Solskjaer’s lack of trust in Mason Greenwood due to his youth has kept the teenager from showing his prowess in the spot as well.
As of such, targeting a consistent striker like Kane isn’t the worst possible bet for the Old Trafford outfit although one can only envision the sort of Shylock-esque deal that Daniel Levy will wish to engineer in order to part ways with his beloved striker.