Scholes Explains Why Manchester United Shouldn’t Sign Harry Kane

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Scholes Explains Why Manchester United Shouldn’t Sign Harry Kane.

Paul Scholes feels Erik ten Hag did not sign Harry Kane to Manchester United. Because he thinks that the English striker is happy with Tottenham Hotspur

Manchester United have struggled to fill the void left by Cristiano Ronaldo. Whose contract was terminate in November last year. With Vout Wakehorst signed on loan. But still can’t score a goal in the Premier League.

Scholes admits his former club are having a goalscoring problem. But he did not view Kane as a solution “I think scoring goals is a problem. Man United are far behind Man City and Arsenal who score a lot of goals.”

“I think Harry is very happy at the club he’s at, if he’d gone it would have been Man City a couple of years ago. He would be a great deal, guaranteed 25 goals, but it would be very difficult for him to leave at 30.

“It’s a risk too for Manchester United if you’re Harry Kane and Daniel Levy suddenly intervenes. You end up getting nothing back. If you could get him sooner that would be great. But I think he’s very happy at Tottenham.”

Harry Kane is reportedly open to a new contract with Tottenham Hotspur amid interest from big clubs.

For Kane, he has a contract with Spurs until 2024, but there has not been any talk of an extension, causing the “Golden Spur Chicken” to consider the option. They will sell the 29-year-old at the end of the season. or give up for free after the contract expires

With such a situation, Kane is watche by two big European giants, Bayern Munich. Who are looking to replace Robert Lewandowski and Manchester United. Manchester United looking for a new striker following Cristiano Ronaldo’s exit

But the latest “The Athletic”, leading media stated. The England national team striker is preparing to consider extending his contract with Spurs. With talks to made after the end of the January player market. Ready to look at the rest of this season’s performance. Important part in making decisions.

Kane has scored 17 goals in 28 appearances in all competitions for Spurs this season.