Former Manchester United Defender, Phil Neville who is currently the Coach of Major League Soccer Club side, Inter Miami in the United States of America league has warned his old club not to sign Harry Kane.
He has Stated his fear that it will hinder the development of many young Star coming up at Old Trafford. He made mention of Mason Greenwood, he insist that his development will be hindered if Harry Kane sign for Manchester United.
Edinson Cavani staying for another season is a very good option that Harry Kane. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is looking to revamp his attacking options this summer.
The 27 year old England International Captain, Harry Kane has been repeatedly linked with Manchester United.
Mason Greenwood is on 99 appearances in all competitions for Manchester United. He is one of the highly rated young star in the world after making his first team appearance in 2019.
Harry Kane is a world class Striker, there is no doubt about that, but he is not the player that Manchester United need said Phil Neville.
Do you agree with Phil Neville on Mason Greenwood?
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