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13-05-2021 | 17:15 Football

Dimitar Berbatov sends message to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer over Harry Kane transfer

Dimitar Berbatov has advised Ole Gunnar Solskjaer not to go for Tottenham's Harry Kane during the summer transfer window. The Spurs star has been linked with the move to Old Trafford amid the player's reported desire to win trophies that could see him leaving the North London club. However, Berbatov believes United are now well-stacked in forward positions after extending Edinson Cavani's contract. "I am very happy to see that Edinson Cavani has signed a contract extension, he absolutely deserves it," he said. "He hasn’t been given one because of his name and reputation, he has proven himself with what he has done on the pitch. When you are good enough, even at a certain age, you know that if you get playing time you will show what you can do. "I was in a similar situation at Monaco, I went there for six months when Falcao was injured, I played because I was sure of my ability and then they gave me another year. "The question now is will United go out and buy another center forward, for me, now they have signed Cavani up for another season they don’t need to go out and buy another striker. If they go out and buy Harry Kane, Cavani’s contract extension will be strange, he wouldn’t have signed a contract extension to sit on the bench and play every now and then. "They have enough striking options and I don’t think it’s necessary to go out and buy another. "Cavani has done great for United, and if he can stay fit and in the form he is in then he will have a big impact for United next season, but it’s not all about him, he needs the midfielders to feed him the ball and it’s a team sport in the end. "When you have that taste of trophies, you have won things before and you have a reputation of winning, his team mates will listen to him, Cavani has integrated well into the team and his experience of winning titles will be a great asset for United next season."
Source: Metro UK 
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