Paul Scholes has urged Erik ten Hag not to sign Harry Kane because the English striker is currently happy at Tottenham.
The Red Devils are currently on the hunt for a new number nine and have a number of targets shortlisted for the upcoming summer window.
At the top of this list is Harry Kane, who has been linked with a move to Old Trafford for years now.
But United legend, Paul Scholes, has surprisingly urged the Dutch manager not to sign him because he is too ‘happy’ at Spurs.
‘I think Harry is very happy where he is. If he was going to move it would have been to Man City a couple of years ago.’ he said on BT Sports.
‘He would be fantastic, 25 goals guaranteed, but it’s very difficult for him to move at 30 years of age.
‘It’s a risk as well for Man United, if you put all your eggs in that Harry Kane basket and all of a sudden Daniel Levy is messing you about, you mind end up with no one.
‘If you get him early, brilliant, but I just think he’s very happy at Tottenham doing what he’s doing.’
“Goals is the problem.
“I think if Harry was going to move it would have been a couple of years ago to Man City.”
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— Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) April 8, 2023