Harry Kane will be the missing piece for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to build his empire at Old Trafford.
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1. Assassin hunts the table
Without a doubt, Kane shows that he is the best striker in England in particular and the world in general. Throughout his career, the striker has scored 229 goals in 378 appearances for the club and the national team, and has twice won the Premier League top scorer. This season, despite not getting the best form due to injuries, Kane still has 17 goals for Spurs, the most club.
Kane possesses an impressive goalscoring instinct
Kane’s strengths are the situations handled in the penalty area, the ability to shoot the ball well with both feet, the strong sweeping play and the impressive head skill of the English. Especially in one-on-one situations, it is difficult for defenders to defeat Kane. He recalled the image of a Ruud van Nistelrooy raging at Old Trafford.
2. Players of big matches
The 26-year-old star shows that he has enough confidence and class to score in any arena, at any level. The 2015/16 season saw Kane storm Spurs’ most important match of the season: the London derby, with a superb performance at the White Hart Lane. After 11 appearances against Arsenal to this point, Kane has tore the opponent up to 10 times, and he has only one match not able to find the net of the “Gunner”.
He also scored against the Big Six teams, along with important goals against Juventus, Borussia Dortmund and Barcelona in the Champions League over the years.
Besides, Kane’s contribution to England is enormous. The 2018 World Cup saw the Spurs striker score 6 goals, help the “Three Lions” advance to the semi-finals, then win the top scorer of the tournament. After 45 appearances for England, Kane had 32 goals, 21 goals behind Wayne Rooney’s all-time record.
One of the things that makes Kane appreciate more than anything else is his professionalism, both on and off the field, with his tireless work ethic and great attitude. Kane has been loaned out four times in the early stages of his career, but once given the chance, he always shows his best spirit to prove himself. Dele Alli and Kyle Walker, players and former Spurs players have all been involved in recent attitude troubles. This is hard to come by in Kane.
4. Leadership skills
Since the time he was awarded the England captain’s armband before the 2018 World Cup finals, Kane has become a true leader. Not shouting in a voice like Rooney, Kane shows his commitment and pioneering personality and fire in the game. At Tottenham, Kane is also ready to take on the role of captain when needed, even under Mauricio Pochettino or Jose Mourinho.
Kane led England to the semi-finals of the 2018 World Cup
The issue of leadership in the current MU team is always hot, and Kane will certainly add another positive voice to the dressing room of the team, next to Harry Maguire.
5. The missing piece
Since coming second in the 2017/18 season, MU has been struggling to find a top-class rock player. Romelu Lukaku is not the answer in the end. No more Alexis Sanchez or Marcus Rashford, when their forte is in the wing position. With Kane, MU will have a perfect striker. That will be the missing piece, creating the dangerous vertical axis of MU: De Gea – Maguire – Pogba – Fernandes – Kane.
The Tottenham star will be a great mentor for United’s young English stars, like Rashford or Mason Greenwood. In addition, the presence of Kane promises to help Bruno Fernandes, who is looking forward to a striker pattern like Kane appearing in the penalty area, or creating clever running runs to catch the shots. ” his.
£ 200 million is a huge price in the current crisis. But Kane is a worthy deal to consider with MU at this time. Spending £ 200 million, but they can bring in more than that many times, when the 26-year-old striker became part of the potential team that Solskjaer owns.
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