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Time for Ten Hag’s Man United, the reason why they could still sign Harry Kane

The Dutchman would be still keen on signing the Englishman

By Mario Perez

Erik Ten Hag would be ready to sign Harry Kane in the summer transfer market window.
Erik Ten Hag would be ready to sign Harry Kane in the summer transfer market window.
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Manchester United’s coach Erik Ten Hag could have a surprising and huge opportunity to sign one of his top priority targets for the Red Devils, given that a new and unexpected chance to sign the English striker Harry Kane could have appeared on the horizon for the Mancunian team in the last few days.

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In this sense, it would be worth remembering that the veteran Englishman was the main target of Ten Hag in the summer, but the differences with Tottenham didn’t make the deal possible for the Red Devils, and the player ended up signing for Bayern Munich for €100 million in August.

Despite having had a fulgurant start with the Bavarian team, where he developed impressive scoring numbers to reach even the best performances of Robert Lewandowski with the German giant, Kane would have suffered a major setback in his career with Bayern.

His current coach at the German team, the former Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel, revealed in his last press conference with the club to have lost the confidence in several stars of his squad, which would include Harry Kane.

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For this reason, the Englishman, who would have gotten upset with the performance of the Bavarian team in Bundesliga and Champions League, would be monitoring his options to exit from the club to go to a club who could grant him a great project ready to success, and Manchester United and the duo Ratcliffe-Ten Hag would have the Englishman in mind as a potential new number nine to sign in the summer to take United to the top level.

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