Harry Kane has opted to join Manchester United over the summer while Luke Shaw’s surgery could rule him out for the remainder of the season
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Manchester United left-back Luke Shaw’s surgery could rule him out for the remainder of the season.
United are looking for a striker in the summer transfer window given Edinson Cavani is out of contract by the end of the season and Cristiano Ronaldo is not getting any younger. And long-term target Harry Kane has reportedly settled on a potential deal with Old Trafford ahead of next season.
Consultants have been hired to look into starting work on a £200million project to redevelop Old Trafford.
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Shaw Injury Strike
Manchester United have a problem at left-back as Luke Shaw will miss the rest of the season.
Shaw was the starter at Old Trafford this season after a very impressive 2020/21 season, culminating in a goal in the Euro 2020 final for England. Though his performances have slipped slightly, Shaw repelled a challenge from Alex Telles and retained his place on the team until a recent injury forced him to watch from the sidelines.
And it seems his season is over after surgery to remove screws from the leg he broke in September 2015.
Kane’s transfer decision
Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane is ready to turn down a move to Manchester United and extend his career in north London.
The England captain has been a long-term target for United and is seen as the perfect striker to take the club back to glory at a post Cristiano Ronaldo World. But the arrival of Antonio Conte to Spurs and the club on the fringes of UEFA Champions League In football, Kane wants to reconsider his future at the end of the season.
The 28-year-old was pursued by rivals Man City last summer and was denied a move to the Etihad Stadium by chairman Daniel Levy.
New development from Old Trafford
Old Trafford is facing a long-awaited redevelopment after Manchester United owners gave the thumbs-up to a £200million project.
The stadium was left behind when opposing clubs built new facilities or in the event of west ham United, moved to a state-of-the-art facility. United’s owners, the Glazers, have now hired consultants “to begin work on creating a master plan for the redevelopment of Old Trafford”.
There are also plans for “an expanded, state-of-the-art facility for the men’s, women’s and academy teams,” a statement said.
https://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/football/news/man-united-news-harry-kanes-26714489 Man United news: Harry Kane's transfer decision, Luke Shaw's injury setback