Manchester United has 5 wins and 3 losses in 8 games, which is not bad considering how bad they were last season. United's game has greatly improved; the midfield is now well-organized, and the defence is now solid; however, their attacking position is still not at its best.
Ten Hag wanted to focus his attack on Anthony Martial, but the Frenchman's injuries have made him untrustworthy. Ronaldo could lead Ten Hag's attack, but he isn't a long-term solution, so United may just need to find another reliable striker.
According to Louis Saha, Ten Hag may not need to look far for a top striker when he can raid Tottenham for their star man, Harry Kane. "Of course Kane would be a great signing for United," Saha said, as per Metro.
"He could go anywhere in the world and he would shine.
"I would be very happy with him at United, because United need the kind of composure Kane has up front."
The Spurs' talisman has 8 goals in 9 league games this season. With his contract expiring in 2024, United can sign him for a low price next summer if Daniel Levy fails to sign him to a new contract by then. Is Kane the striker that United need?
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