Manchester United ‘to bring new signing forward’ despite Kane and Sancho interest

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Manchester United are set to bring the potential signing of FC Nordsjaelland’s Kamaldeen Sulemana forward, reports say. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is keen to strengthen his squad when the transfer window reopens. And Harry Kane and Jadon Sancho aren’t the only players on his radar.

Manchester United have enjoyed a successful season.

Solskjaer can rubber-stamp a second-placed finish in the Premier League table should they avoid defeat to Fulham tonight.

And the club are set to be involved in the Europa League final next week, with Unai Emery’s Villarreal lying in wait.

But, while United have taken giant strides in the right direction under Solskjaer’s watch, the club know they require strengthening.

Interest in Kane and Sancho has been well-documented, with the pair looking increasingly likely to leave Tottenham and Borussia Dortmund behind.

And Tribal Football say United are set to bring forward the potential signing of Sulemana, who has scored 10 goals from 28 Danish Superliga matches this term.

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The 19-year-old is a hot talent and Ajax are also lurking, with sporting director Marc Overmars recently watching him in action.

United plan to act quickly and beat their European rivals to the signing of the teenager, with the club unwilling to let him slip through their grasp.

And, once they’ve got his signing wrapped up, pursuits of Sancho and Kane are set to start.

Sancho experienced a difficult start to the season, appearing to have been impacted by his failed move to Old Trafford 12 months ago.

But the Borussia Dortmund star has rediscovered his swagger, managing 30 goal involvements for the third season in succession.


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Dortmund will likely demand a fee in the region of £80million to let Sancho go.

And while that’s too high for the Red Devils at the current moment in time, it’s feasible they’ll still attack his signing at the end of the campaign nonetheless.

Regarding Kane, he’s asked Tottenham to leave.

The England international knows that, at the age of 28, he’s entering the peak years of his career.

He’s failed to win a single trophy throughout his time at Tottenham, losing Carabao Cup and Champions League finals.

And United could be his next destination, despite recently tying Edinson Cavani down to a bumper new contract at Old Trafford.

Former Liverpool star Robbie Fowler recently had his say on Kane’s future.

And he expressed a belief the Tottenham star should leave north London behind, naming United as potential suitors.

“I know I was a good enough player to be part of a team that were Champions,” he said.

“You score 30-plus goals in your first three seasons as a first team player, then you’re entitled to believe it would win you something.

“You know you always hear people saying ‘I’ll think about what it means winning trophies when I’m retired’, well, if you don’t win them, well yes, you think about that too.

“Kane must believe that. He’s now scored 20-plus league goals in five different seasons, and only Alan Shearer, Sergio Aguero and Thierry Henry have done that. They’re legends…and Champions.

“He knows he probably has one big move left in him, and if he’s to ensure he has no regrets, no ‘what might have been’ moments like me, then he has to think about his future.

“Will he win a title at Spurs? Unlikely.

“They’re not going to even make the Champions League next season, so they’re a long way short.

“And they may even be looking at a new manager again in the summer. Which could mean more years of rebuilding…and waiting.

“There will be clubs interested too. Manchester United have been mentioned, strongly. And City too. Both would be strong options for him, no doubt.

“Who knows, he could be the missing ingredient United need to take that final step, and if City were to sign him, then…well, it doesn’t bear thinking about if you’re a fan of any other Premier League club.”

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