Manchester United great Roy Keane believes signing Tottenham’s Harry Kane would be easy, calling on his former side to get the job done.
Not many fans would refuse signing the talented Englishman, particularly with their side’s struggles to net goals this season.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has improved United defensively but for some reason that has come at the cost of regressing offensively.
Adding Kane to the line-up would certainly beef up the current firepower and Keane is clearly a fan.
The complete forward has been heavily linked with a move to Old Trafford in the past but a transfer never materialised, perhaps due to how difficult a deal it would be to complete.
Keane: "Go and get Kane from Spurs, easy. They’re in disarray, go and get him.” #mufc [Sky]
— United Xtra (@utdxtra) October 20, 2019
As much as a point as Keane has got, it’s almost as though he’s forgotten where Manchester United are in the table too.
Perhaps he’s only said that because he feels Solskjaer will turn things around and the team are appear to be at the beginning of an era in comparison to Tottenham looking to be at the end of one.
Either way, United will have to break the bank to sign him regardless of where the London club end up when the curtain closes on the season.