£200 million goal-machine Kane tells Manchester United ‘he wants to win trophies’ as Solskjaer lines up swoop
Manchester United target Harry Kane has hinted his future remains at Tottenham – if they can win trophies.
It is no secret that United are in need of adding a big time striker to their squad in the coming seasons in hope of getting back winning the Premier League and they have been constantly linked with a transfer move for Kane, who is now regarded as one of the best finishers in the game.
The Englishman is now 26-years of age and is the third all-time leading scorer at Spurs, but there is a feeing that he is becoming frustrated with the clubs inability to win silverware on a year basis, and despite his loyalty, is reportedly considering his future at the club.
And that has led to speculation in the media that United may try and take him to Old Trafford at the end of the season, or even during the January window, as they are in dire need of adding a forward to the front line after they let Romelu Lukaku leave during the summer window.
And Kane has opened up and admitted that he may be open to leaving Spurs, if the club fail to win any silverware, he told SKY SPORTS: “I’ve made it clear that I’m at the stage of my career where I want to win trophies, I’ve made it clear I want to win them here and it’s a big year for this.
“Realistically, we look at the Champions League and the FA Cup to try to do that. We will see how that goes and, from my point of view, I will keep doing what I’m doing and keep fighting for this club on the pitch.
“The gaffer has won at every club he has gone to, there’s no hiding away from that. He wants to win, he’s a proven winner.”
Look United are one of the biggest clubs out there, we all know that but they are seriously lacking world class players like Kane, who would once again give them the it factor they have been missing for the last few seasons.
Kane or a striker like Kane would be great for United, it is just a case of whether the United board and Solskjaer have the ambition to try and land a big-time hitman.
But Kane is right, and if he doesn’t win trophies at Spurs, maybe it is time to leave.
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