Wow Manchester United close in on possible £150 million deal after legend tells Spurs to sell star man
Spurs told they should sell striker Harry Kane.
Manchester United defender Patrice Evra believes Tottenham should sell stars such as Harry Kane to help rebuild the squad.
Regarded as one of the best strikers in the game right now, Kane has been in the transfer headlines for the past few weeks as many believe that this could be his last season at Tottenham if they once again fail to pick up some silverware.
Spurs are one of the most promising and exciting sides to watch in the English game, but despite all their talent and all their quality, they have been unable to pick up any trophies under the guidance of Maurizio Pochettino, meaning that a number of clubs, including United, are circling for a potential deal.
United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer sold Romelu Lukaku during the summer transfer window but failed to buy big and land a big striker to come in and score the goals on a regular basis, but suggestions claim that will change in the coming windows as they will delve into their transfer kitty to land a big time forward.
And Frenchman Evra was asked by presenter David Jones: “Should [Spurs] start thinking about selling Harry Kane, selling Dele Alli, to try and raise funds to improve the rest of the squad?”
And Evra replied by saying the time is right for Spurs to move Kane on.
“Exactly, they have to rebuild the team,” he said. “It’s six years they’ve been playing together and the problem is like, when it is a long period you’re playing together and you don’t win something, mentally it is really difficult to recover after that.”
Look Kane is one of the biggest players in the game right now and one of the best forwards in the game, and although he is loyal to Tottenham, there will come a point that he wants to win trophies and if he is not doing that at Spurs, then he needs to move.
Spurs would not want to sell their main source of goals, but £150 million could buy a couple of world class replacements to help fill the void.