Erik ten Hag gives green light for Man Utd to sign 24-goal/assist star

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According to the Manchester Evening News, Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag has named Harry Kane of Tottenham Hotspur as his top priority for the summer.

The Red Devils just got their winning streak back on track with a 4-1 win over Real Betis in the Europa League, but they had more chances to score.

With the club’s fourth goal, Wout Weghorst broke a protracted goalless streak, but the Dutchman also missed three excellent opportunities. United therefore needs a definite update.

According to rumors, Ten Hag, 53, wants to lure Kane to Old Trafford this summer and the hierarchy is anticipated to support him with money for a star striker.

A seasoned Premier League striker is what Ten Hag wants.

United is now in a good position to earn a spot in the Champions League for the upcoming season. They are seven points better off than Liverpool, who are now in fifth position.

There aren’t many better strikers in the Premier League than Kane, and Ten Hag will be looking for one to take United to the next level.

The 29-year-old has made a name for himself as one of the all-time greats and was just the third player in Premier League history to score 200 goals.

Despite his best efforts over the years, Spurs have had difficulty competing at the highest level, and they have not received any hardware. Realistically, he might go this summer.

In July, Kane will begin the final year of his contract, and Spurs might be forced to sell him. If not, they run the risk of losing him to a free transfer.

Bayern Munich is also after the England star, but United may have a significant advantage because Kane would opt to continue playing in the Premier League.

Under Ten Hag’s guidance, United are improving, although they are currently lacking a top-tier striker who can make them a real title contender.

Kane might hold the solution to their issues.

The striker should now be persuaded to come to Old Trafford in order to start winning trophies in his career, since he was leaning toward signing for City two years ago.

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