Roy Keane has claimed Manchester United should target Harry Kane and Jack Grealish this summer if they are to mount a Premier League title challenge next season.
Despite Reaching that Europa League final and probably finishing second in the Premier League this season, United are well off the quality of Manchester City and will need to invest in the summer to close that gap.
And that has led to reports that the club will make a move for Kane, who is looking to win trophies and topped to leave Spurs, and Grealish, who is now ready to make that next step in his career.
WHAT HAS KEANE SAID?
He told Sky Sports: “The two players who I’ve thought about over the last few weeks who I feel would be brilliant for Man United are Harry Kane up front – whatever it costs – and I’d go with Jack Grealish. I feel United are still short of that special player. I think Grealish would give them that and I feel he would enjoy playing at Old Trafford.
“The fans would love him. What I admire about Jack is that he’s got great courage on the football pitch. He always wants the ball in tight areas. We’ve seen over the last year or two his end product has improved. He’s an excellent player and obviously Kane would guarantee goals.
“Would it be difficult to get these two players? You bet your life it would be, but Man United have to go out and try to sign the best otherwise we’ll be having the same conversations next year about being nearly there. Jack would be ready for Man United. He’s done well for Aston Villa, a brilliant club who are doing very well, but Jack’s got to be selfish.”
United have been linked with so many players over the past few weeks, but if they do manage to secure even a deal for Kane, it would give them a real opportunity to win that title next season.
And if they add Grealish, then yes, City better watch out. They are two of the best at what they do in the Premier League. But we feel that United may have to sell a few players to get both, £200 million is alot of money during the COVID situation
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