Gary Neville urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to go ‘all out’ and sign Harry Kane because he will bring Manchester United ‘five years of absolute gold’ with rivals Man City still desperate to land the £150m England star
- Gary Neville believes Manchester United should go ‘all-out’ to sign Harry Kane
- He believes signing the £150m striker will bring them ‘five years of absolute gold’
- Neville also says United can ‘forget winning the league’ if they let City sign him
- While Roy Keane says City would be ‘very difficult to stop’ if they signed Kane
Gary Neville believes Manchester United should go ‘all-out’ to sign Harry Kane as acquiring his services will bring them ‘five years of absolute gold’.
The former Red Devil is adamant that they must beat Manchester City in the £150million transfer race for the England captain.
Should they fail, Neville and his former team-mate Roy Keane believe United can ‘forget winning the league’ as City will be ‘too difficult to stop’.
Gary Neville believes Manchester United should go ‘all-out’ to sign Harry Kane this summer
Speaking about Manchester United’s requirements, Neville said: ‘I would want to see a centre forward.
‘Chelsea have gone and bought (Romelu) Lukaku, City are after Kane and got (Jack) Grealish. We got (Jadon) Sancho and (Raphael) Varane and they are good signings but I don’t think it’s enough.
‘For me, I’d be going all-out to get Kane at Old Trafford. All-out. If City are going to buy Kane, why can’t we get Kane? We can compete.
He believes signing the £150million striker will bring them ‘five years of absolute gold’
Neville says signing Jadon Sancho (left) and Raphael Varane (right) is not enough for United
‘Last year we said we needed a centre forward, a right winger and a centre back. if they got Sancho, varane and Kane they would have a great chance (of winning the league).
He added: ‘If Kane goes to City – forget Manchester United winning the league. Forget it.
‘If Kane goes to Manchester United you have 25 goals in your team. It’s gold. Kane is gold. Fact. Five years of absolute gold. It’s one player. It’s Harry Kane.’
While Neville’s former Manchester United team-mate Keane agreed, saying: ‘If Kane goes to Man City, they will be very difficult to stop.
While Roy Keane agreed, saying Man City would be ‘very difficult to stop if they signed Kane’
He said: ‘I’d love to see United go in for him. Players need a lift and you want to see new players walking through the door and United have always been a club like that.
‘God knows how many times they have broken the record but you have got to make statements all the time. If Kane is available, he’s English, he’s 28, they certainly have to be in the mix.
‘If Kane wants to go and play for Man City and Pep (Guardiola) then fair enough. But you surely have to be in the hunt for him. You have to be.
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