Harry Kane has long been the subject of interest from two of the biggest European clubs, both of which boast rich histories. Manchester United and Real Madrid have relentlessly pursued the English captain in every transfer window, only to face disappointment in their endeavors.
The persistent pressure from Tottenham Hotspur appears to have vanished, as both clubs now appear closer than ever to securing the signature of the 30-year-old striker, who, despite his brilliant footballing career, has never claimed any silverware. Real Madrid seems to hold a slight advantage, but Manchester United should maintain a tenacious approach to convince Kane why Old Trafford should be his ultimate destination.
Kane is a complete centre-forward and his performance will not depend on the league he plays. Unlike other players who take time to acclimatise to the conditions of different leagues, Harry Kane would not have problems in the same if he chooses Real Madrid. So it’s not really the form of football that he wants to play but the team that he should play with.
Harry Kane should remain in the Premier League
Premier League is really Kane’s den and he owns it convincingly. Probably the best performer for over 7 years now alongside Mohammad Salah and it was only this year that they found a tough competition in Erling Haaland who should not be counted really considering his alien qualities.
Kane really scores for fun in the Premier League and is one of very few to have scored almost over 20 goals in every season that he has placed since his international cap. He is the second top scorer of the League after he took over Wayne Rooney’s record this season and now chases the chart with 213 goals. He is only behind the legendary forward Alan Shearer who has 260 goals to his name.
Two more years in the Premier League & he tops the chart
Harry Kane surely would want to imprint his name in the history book of the Premier League and make one more chapter with a title of his acts. Although he scored 30 goals with a disappointing Tottenham this season, he should opt for Manchester United for his sake if he really wants to go behind the silverware.
Why should Harry Kane choose Manchester United
Manchester United have not been the team they were in the 2010s but the only thing they lack right now is a quality striker in Harry Kane. If he is signed by the club, silverware will come in flying.
Man United finally have gotten a manager in Erik Ten Hag who is determined to win and knows how to win trophies. He already has created a complete squad barring a complete forward. Kane’s presence will be beneficial to the club but so will players like Luke Shaw, Bruno Fernandes, and Marcus Rashford be to his liking.
The Red Devils and Kane are a puzzle waiting to be matched. If Harry Kane is to play as a striker, he will have a full-back in Shaw to make quality crosses onto his head, a winger in Rashford who will bring in the ball inside the box through flanks and square it to Harry Kane or a midfielder in Fernandes who brains the game as good as anyone.
Although Harry Kane to Manchester United is almost an unlikely transfer to take place considering excessive interest from Real Madrid but if Kane does stay in Premier League, he should choose Manchester United over Tottenham.