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Harry Kane to ease Manchester United’s signing of a £43 million striker

The Englishman intervention would be crucial for the player’s arrival to Old Trafford

By Liam Styles

Harry Kane would have eased Manchester United the signing of a top striker for Erik Ten Hag.
Harry Kane would have eased Manchester United the signing of a top striker for Erik Ten Hag.
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Manchester United could have found an unexpected great partner to complete the signing of a £43 million striker in the January transfer market window, as the former Tottenahm striker and old target of the Red Devils, Harry Kane, could incredibly ease the arrival of a top scorer to Old Trafford in a rocambolesque deal.

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The 30-year-old Englishman, who has become a huge star in Bayern with 26 goals in 23 appearances with the Bavarian team in all competitions this season, would have earned a fixed place in the team managed by Thomas Tuchel after having completed his arrival in the summer from Tottenham for €100 million.

In this sense, the fixed presence of the striker in Tuchel’s lineup and in his plans at the club could reduce the space to develop young strikers, which could be the case of the former Bayern Dutch attacker Joshua Zirkzee, currently evolving at Bologna after leaving the German side on a permanent transfer in the summer with a buy-back clause in his contract.

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The player could replace Anthony Martial in Ten Hag’s squad

In this respect, according to Sport Italia, Bayern would be currently reluctant to getting the player back due to the successful season performed by Kane, which would ease the arrival of Zirkzee to Manchester United on a £43 million permanent deal to replace Anthony Martial in the team, as the Frenchman’s contract expires this summer and Zirkzee would be Ten Hag’s favorite option to be the Rasmus Hojlund’s backup in the squad.

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