Former Tottenham Hotspur head coach Harry Redknapp believes Harry Kane would be a ‘great fit’ for Manchester United, but Red Devils aren’t in a position where they could battle with Barcelona or Real Madrid, if they enter the race for the forward.
Kane has earlier announced he doesn’t see himself at Spurs for a long time, as he doesn’t want to be a part of another reconstruction.
After the announcement, the media has reported that Man United could break a world record to sign the England national team star.
“Harry Kane is a special player, he’s the best centre forward certainly in the Premier League and of his type I don’t think there’s a better centre forward anywhere.” Redknapp told talkSPORT.
“Okay, he’s not Messi, he’s not Ronaldo, but as a centre-forward that does what he does, there isn’t anyone better.
“He would be a great fit for Man United, he’d be a great fit for any team… but Man United at the moment are not better than Tottenham. I wouldn’t say there’s much between them, both teams are trying to get into the top four.
“Whether Real Madrid or Barcelona came in, he might fancy a move like that one day.
“But at the moment he belongs to Tottenham, and unless Jose Mourinho and Daniel Levy decide to will cash in if it’s a crazy offer and rebuild the team with that money, unless Jose says, ‘I’ve got three players here we can sign and build a better team with’, then I’m sure he’ll stay at Tottenham.”