£200 million transfer message sent, Man United told goal-machine Premier League bound, United told £97 million will get deal wrapped up

Kane transfer message sent, Haaland coming to Premier League, Martinez can leave for £97 million in Manchester United roundup..

Harry Kane should stay put at Tottenham and snub the likes of Manchester United, as he can still win trophies under Jose Mourinho.

Kane is easily regarded as one of the very best strikers in the game right now and is a very loyal servant to Tottenham, but he fulled speculation a few months ago by revealing that he may have to leave the club in search of trophies.

Manchester United are one of a number of big clubs reportedly interested to trying to sign Kane, when he comes onto the market, as they believe that he could solve a long-term problem up top.

But legend Jurgen Klinsmann, who left Spurs in 1995 for Bayern Munich to compete for major silverware, urged the England international not to follow in on his footsteps because he is in good hands under Mourinho.

The legendary centre-forward told talkSPORT: “He can achieve anything he puts his mind to.

“He’s so, so talented, exceptional and he’s now into a stage of his career where he is far more mature. He’s not the young lad anymore, even if you think of him as a young player.

“Watching him from a distance, you wish him now titles. When you play a professional career, and you get the opportunity to play in a top-five team in any country in the world, then it’s about winning titles.

“And so, I keep all my fingers crossed for Spurs and for him that he can collect trophies – that’s what it is all about at the end of the day.

“That’s why I left in ’95. Even though I loved it at White Hart Lane, I had to leave for Bayern Munich because I said, ‘Well I’m running out of time. I’m 31 years old and I need to win a couple more trophies’.

“But he has that chance with Spurs, he has a fantastic coach, he has a fantastic team and we all keep our fingers crossed that it happens sooner rather than later.”

Inter Milan sporting director Piero Ausilio has told the likes of Manchester United the only way they can sign Lautaro Martinez this summer is via his £97m (€111m) release clause.

Despite the Coronavirus putting a hold to the Premier League season and despite the fact that the transfer window is still months away, there has been alot of speculation in the media about possible arrivals to Stamford Bridge, with a striker on the agenda.

It is no secret that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is keen to improve this side with some big time signings, and reports in the media have suggested he will indeed get the £200 million it will take to sign some top-class, big-time names players in the summer, with a striker on the list

Lautaro Martinez is a name that has been on the lips of many United fans this season, as the powerful striker has impressed over in Serie A with Inter and is surely destined for a move away from the Italian Leagues.

Barcelona are reportedly leading the chase to sign the striker in the summer, as he is the Spaniards top transfer target and they are seeking to sell a number of players to try and finance a transfer deal.

However, if they are unable or unwilling to meet the asking price of Martinez, then Manchester United could swoop in and steal him from under the noses of Barcelona.

But he will not come cheap, as reports on the Sky Sports website has claimed that Inter will not lower their valuation of the man because of the coronavirus outbreak, and will demand that clubs pay the £97 million release clause that is in his contract.

Manchester United target Erling Haaland will end up playing in the Premier League one day, says Norwegian journalist and former Premier League striker Jan Aage Fjortoft.

Now Look, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has one of the most exciting and dynamic sides in the Premier League and with the right signings in the summer, could become real contenders for that Premier League title next season, especially if they manage to land a new striker.

Many fans will have their favourite on who Manchester United should sign in the summer to improve this squad, but many are hoping that a future transfer deal for Haaland can be done by the Chelsea hierarchy.

Haaland is one of Europe’s hottest properties having scored 29 goals in 27 games for RB Salzburg before moving to Borussia Dortmund in January and scoring 13 goals in 14 games.

And amid all the transfer speculation regarding the young man, Speaking on The Football Show, fellow Norwegian Fjortoft believes Haaland will “absolutely” play in the Premier League at one point, but he doesn’t see that happening in the short term and praised the 19-year-old’s development so far.

“What I’ve been impressed by Erling and the team around is they’ve chosen he places he can develop as a player.

“He went from Molde – where Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was his manager, so you can imagine how hard it was for Manchester United not to get him when he moved to Dortmund! – to Red Bull Salzburg, a great arena for a young kid. And this time he went to Dortmund, which is a great place for him now.

“Do I think he will play in the Premier League in the future? Absolutely, I think he will go to the Premier League eventually, but where he will end up, I am not sure.

“It might take him some time; I think it went quicker than he had thought in Salzburg, with success in the Champions League, but he is in a good place now.

“I can’t see him moving in the short term, but in the long term yes, of course, he will end up in the Premier League, like all big players will eventually.”

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