Dean Saunders, a former Liverpool striker, has advised Tottenham’s Harry Kane that moving to Manchester United would be preferable to joining Bayern Munich.
Kane has depended on two offers from Bayern, with Tottenham dismissing the two proposals as they are hesitant to move in different directions from their principal man.
Since Manchester United are known to be huge admirers, there is speculation that the north London club may be forced to sell with only one year remaining on his current contract.
While speaking about the offers for the striker, Saunders insisted that a move to Old Trafford might not get him the trophy he wants.
“Could you finish paperwork for Man United before Bayern Munich? Not really sure,” He told talkSPORT, “It’s a dilemma because he’s not guaranteed to win anything at United.”
“If you sign Harry Kane for Man United, he will score between 25 and 30 goals for you. Will that distinguish fourth from challenging? Signing him will certainly give them a better chance.