Ian Wright urges Liverpool FC to sign astonishing Spurs forward
Ian Wright wants Liverpool to consider a move for Tottenham Hotspur attacker Harry Kane as momentum continues to build over a potential move to Manchester United.
It’s no secret Harry Kane tried to force a move away from Tottenham Hotspur last summer.
He’s desired destination was Manchester City where he intended on winning more trophies, but now it seems the most likely destination could be the red side of Manchester.
Harry Kane has no doubt struggled through a difficult season by finding the back of the net 12 times in the league so far, Although he has scored seven goals in his last seven outings will turn a few heads back in his direction.
Ian Wright certainly sees it that way: “You can see why teams would want him [Harry Kane], any team in the world would want him.
“Just look at his finishing and his hunger and his consistency.”, he told the Kelly and Wrighty show.
“When he does finally retire, you just hope he’s won something. I hope he can win something because he deserves it.
“He looks happier now but he has a big decision to make.”
“Imagine Harry Kane at Liverpool… If I had the capability of getting Kane and putting him in Liverpool’s side with [Mohamed] Salah, or [Sadio] Mane or [Luis] Diaz and playing as the number nine, dropping deep and doing his stuff.
“It won’t be how Firmino does it, those lovely bit of skills and stuff, but Kane can drop in and help create because the two could run behind.
“If it was available to me, I would definitely look at it because it’s Harry Kane, and he will score.
“People talk about Firmino and the fact he doesn’t score enough goals, he misses too many chances. Harry Kane doesn’t miss those chances.”
He’s not wrong, the prospect of adding Kane to what is an already blistering Liverpool attack ought to strike fear into the hearts of many of their Premier League rivals.
However with Manchester City favourites to land Erling Haaland, it might be the perfect recipe for the Reds to fight fire with fire. Although, admittedly, it would be one of the most shocking transfers in Premier League history.