According to The Telegraph, Manchester United are targeting a summer raid for Harry Kane or Victor Osimhen.
Erik Ten Hag is facing a dilemma as he considers between the experienced 29-year-old Kane or Napoli’s 24-year-old rising star Osimhen, with the club prioritising signing a top striker in the summer transfer window.
Ten Hag reportedly watched extensive footage of Osimhen last summer although the Dutchman was thought to be unsure about parts of his game and his injury record.
His continued improvement this season will likely have been noted by the United manager however should the club attempt to sign the Nigerian, it may cost them north of £100m given Napoli paid a fee believed to be in the region of €80m for the former LOSC Lille striker less then three years ago.
Kane would also cost a significant sum of money despite having less than 18 months left on his contract with the Tottenham chairman, Daniel Levy expected to demand £100m from any English club should he fail to persuade the 29-year-old to sign a new contract.
Certainly two difficult deals to do.
Mark Marston | Get Football