Even Dayong, who is confident of recruiting Kane reveals Manchester United’s best 11 in the new season
Manchester United is confident of recruiting Harry Kane (Tottenham).
Britain’s “The Sun” reported on the 7th (Korea Standard Time) that “Manchester United contacted Kane through the third party and received a positive response,” adding, “Manchester United is confident that they will be able to recruit Kane for less than 100 million pounds (about 156.5 billion won) if Tottenham misses a ticket to the European Champions League.”
Kane’s contract with Tottenham ends in June 2024. Tottenham should decide its future after this season, whether it is renewed or transferred. Or you can miss Kane for ‘0’ transfer fee.
However, it is true that the outlook is not bright to hold Kane. Tottenham is likely to become “zero tolerance” again this season due to the FA Cup setback. In the European Champions League (UCL), the second leg of the round of 16 against AC Milan remains, but there is a rough way to go.
In the English Premier League (EPL), life and death are at stake in the “big four defense.” But the competition has heated up. “Strong” Liverpool rebounded by defeating Manchester United 7-0, and has been chasing to the chin. Tottenham is currently in fourth place (45 points), but it is only three points apart from fifth-ranked Liverpool (42 points), which has played one less game.
Kane has no reason to remain at Tottenham if he fails to advance to the UCL, the Maginot Line. The Sun also predicted the best 11 of next season under the assumption that Kane will join. Kane is located in the one-top, and Marcus Rashford, Bruno Fernandes, and Antony are in the second line to coordinate the attack 토토
Defensive midfielders include Casemiru and Frankie Deyong. Coach Eric Ten Hach attempted to recruit Deyong, a member of Barcelona, from the transfer market last summer. Interest is still valid. It also hinted at a second try this summer.
Four backs include Luke Shaw, Lysandro Martinez, Rafael Varane, Aaron Wan-Bissaka, and goalkeeper David De Gea.