Manchester United’s THREE back-up choices to Harry Kane revealed – report
Manchester United have recognized a trio of strikers they’d be keen to focus on ought to a deal for Tottenham Hotspur talisman Harry Kane fail to get off the bottom this summer season.
Man United are believed to be the frontrunners for Kane’s signature forward of subsequent season, with a bid in extra of €100 million touted for the England captain. Supervisor Erik ten Hag is claimed to be an enormous admirer of Kane, who has scored 25 Premier League objectives for a struggling Tottenham aspect this marketing campaign. Kane is United’s prime goal; a striker of supreme ending skill, management and inventive affect.
Nonetheless, ought to Spurs chairman Daniel Levy play hardball to a prohibitive extent, United will look elsewhere on the earliest alternative, and scouts have shortlisted back-up choices that are felt to be extra attainable this summer season.
Plan B is considered Randal Kolo Muani, the Eintracht Frankfurt ahead who featured for runners-up France at Qatar 2022. Kolo Muani, 24, has scored 13 Bundesliga objectives this season, terrorising defences together with his pace, motion and composure in entrance of aim. Kolo Muani is a goal for a variety of Europe’s prime golf equipment this summer season, and may price within the area of €70m.
Plans C and D each play in Serie A. The primary is Roma and England ahead Tammy Abraham, who is claimed to be eager on a transfer again to England following two profitable seasons in Italy. Aston Villa are additionally eager on the previous Chelsea man, who hung out at Villa Park on mortgage in 2018/19. Abraham would probably fetch a charge of round €65m however, ought to a bidding conflict ensue, United will swap focus to Lautaro Martinez.
The Argentine additionally starred on the 2022 World Cup, enjoying 18 minutes within the closing win over Kolo Muani’s France. Martinez is felt to have the tempo, work fee and ending skill to thrive as the point of interest of United’s assault. Martinez might price as much as €80m.