Thierry Henry drops fresh Harry Kane message Tottenham won’t like

Thierry Henry has told Manchester United to buy Tottenham Hotspur superstar Harry Kane instead of Napoli’s rising striker Victor Osimhen in the summer transfer market.

The Premier League legend talks about how Kane understands England’s top flight and how the Tottenham hitman is ‘everywhere’ As he told CBS Sports on Paramount+ (10:10pm 15/03/23).

This summer, Eric Ten Hager’s Manchester United will fight in the Champions League. They will look for an out-and-out No. 9 and strive for the Premier League title.

Photo by Visionhaus/Getty Images

They have Wout Weghorst on their roster, but he is on loan from Burnley and is expected to return to his parent team when his summer loan deal expires.

As a result, Kane, 29, has nearly 12 months remaining on his contract, raising questions about what will happen with the England captain’s future.

And when Jamie Carragher asked Thierry Henry to choose between Kane and Osimhen, if he were Manchester United, he issued the following response.

Carragher asked, “If you were Manchester United, would you choose him (Osimhen) or Harry Kane.”

Henry responded: “Again, sorry Spurs fans. Sorry Napoli fans. But we’re talking about things that may or may not happen, far from it.

“But, again, because of the Premier League, he understands the Premier League. If I were Manchester United, then I would take Kane. It doesn’t mean Osimhen is not a good player, or anything. It has nothing to do with that.

“I think Osimhen can adapt to any league. But I’m Manchester United and then I’ll look at ‘well, the guy doesn’t need to adapt to anything, he has a way of dropping back and getting Marcus Rashford Run behind him when he drops back’. Kane can play anywhere, by the way.”

Photo by Xavier Laine/Getty Images

Kane needs a new challenge

Regardless of what happens with Tottenham this season, Kane appears to have finished his career in north London and it is time to move on.

Whether it’s moving to Old Trafford for a new challenge or going abroad. Something has to pay now.

In fact, Kane will either have to make that move this summer, or he will stay at Tottenham Road and sign a new contract for a club that may still not know who their manager will be next season.

In other news, ‘Calm’: Bassoon thinks 21-year-old has transformed Arsenal

Leave a Comment