Harry Kane and Kylian Mbappe not on Manchester United transfer agenda
Manchester United do not have Tottenham Hotspur’s Harry Kane and Paris Saint-Germain superstar Kylian Mbappe on their agenda at the moment, according to transfer guru Fabrizio Romano on Twitter.
As things stand, the Red Devils are not in any sort of talks or negotiations to sign the English national or the French World Cup winner. It remains to be seen whether things will change in the coming weeks.
However, for now, the Old Trafford side have set their sights on Atalanta’s Rasmus Hojlund. The club remain focused on acquiring the 20-year-old’s signature this summer.
Eintracht Frankfurt striker Randal Kolo Muani is also on United’s radar. But the Red Devils are determined to continue their pursuit of the Denmark international and are expected to put in an official bid soon.
Kane, 29, and Mbappe, 24, are two of the best goalscorers in football at the moment. The two have found the back of the net consistently for their respective clubs and national sides over the years.
As a result, getting the English skipper or the French national would evidently turn things around at the Old Trafford side. In the previous campaign, finding the back of the net was a struggle for us.
Marcus Rashfmord shouldered the burden of United’s attack in Erik ten Hag’s first year in charge of the club. Unfortunately, none of our other attacking options was able to make a big enough impact.
Hojlund is an impressive talent who has showcased immense potential. However, the 20-year-old arguably has a lot to learn still. In 34 appearances in all competitions in the previous campaign, the youngster scored 10 goals.
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Therefore, the Danish national’s addition would seemingly not inspire a lot of confidence. But with the ownership uncertainty and the funds available, it is understandable that the club are not looking at Kane and Mbappe.