The English striker, known for his prolific scoring ability, was heavily linked by several top clubs, including Manchester United. However, Erik ten Hag, Manchester United’s manager, has confidently stated that he has no regrets for not securing Kane’s services this summer.
Kane’s move to Bayern Munich from Tottenham Hotspur marked one of the most significant transfers of the window, and Manchester United was among the suitors eyeing for his signature. Despite the want of acquiring a player of Kane’s caliber, ten Hag and the Red Devils opted for a different approach.
The key figure in this new direction for Manchester United was the signing of Rasmus Hojlund. When questioned about any regrets regarding not landing Kane, ten Hag’s response was clear and confident: “No! I am happy to have Rasmus Hojlund.”