Manchester United has something that Real Madrid can't give Harry Kane
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Manchester United has something that Real Madrid can’t give Harry Kane

Manchester United has something that Real Madrid can’t give Harry Kane

The odds were already slim, but now they are so thin that they would tumble through a grid.

Man United desires Harry Kane. This was evident months ago, and it is simple to understand why. Despite the significant progress made under Erik ten Hag, his side’s potency is lacking. In fact, this truth makes the manager’s accomplishments even more impressive.

Last season, only Brentford and Aston Villa scored fewer goals than United, and Marcus Rashford was primarily responsible for scoring them. United are fortunate that their star player returned to his finest form after struggling the previous season; otherwise, things may not be as bright. When defensive midfielder Casemiro is third on your list of players who have scored the most goals,

However, if Kane is added to the equation, these issues will almost certainly evaporate like a puddle on a sunny day. This year, the England captain was overshadowed by the freak of nature that is Erling Haaland, but he still managed to score 30 league goals, the fourth time he has reached that target and the ninth season in a row he has scored at least 20. This is a remarkable rate of consistency and the dependable source of goals that Manchester United has yearned for over a decade.

With Kane eager to finally add a trophy to his illustrious career and his contract entering its final year, the stars appeared to be aligning for United to swoop in and make the enormous signing. There is only one issue: Tottenham.
Spurs were never under pressure to sell Kane after signing him to a six-year contract and were even able to fend off Manchester City’s advances in 2021. Now, even at the risk of losing him for nothing, they prefer to retain their finest player, knowing that one more season of his goals could be worth more than any transfer fee.

Daniel Levy is notoriously difficult to negotiate with, and if he is compelled to sell players, he does everything in his power to ensure that it is not to a direct Premier League competitor. Ten Hag is currently in negotiations with Atalanta’s promising youngster Rasmus Hojlund as a consequence of United’s working assumption that Tottenham will not sell.

When United appeared to be the only contender for Kane, acquiring him seemed like a monumental task. However, United is no longer the only lion perusing the watering hole. Real Madrid has parted ways with legendary striker Karim Benzema, leaving a gaping void at the top of Los Blancos’ attack. The No. 9 shirt is vacant, and Kane would be the ideal candidate to wear it.

Tottenham to Real Madrid is a well-trodden path, and it would be preferable for Levy to sell to the Spanish titans rather than a rival for a Champions League spot. Even though Madrid are not in the greatest position, having finished 10 points behind champions Barcelona, their Champions League pedigree and grandeur make them a more attractive proposition than United.
If Kane moves this summer, the Bernabeu appears to be his most probable destination.

United still maintains one advantage, one card to play, and one argument to persuade Kane to move north: the Premier League goals record.

The 29-year-old is now closer than anyone else has ever been to Alan Shearer’s Premier League record of 260 goals. Kane currently has 213, is 47 away, and is 48 away from eclipsing the record, which, at his current pace, could be accomplished in a season and a half. If he leaves these shores, it is extremely unlikely that he will ever attain the remarkable milestone.

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Does he care about such an individual accomplishment in a team sport? Who knows, but Madrid cannot provide the opportunity to acquire it despite their other attractions. United is the only viable option in England, as they offer Champions League competition, have a striker need, and are not Arsenal.

United will probably fall short of their main objective, but all hope is not lost just yet.

Manchester United has something that Real Madrid can’t give Harry Kane