Redknapp, coach of the ‘Spurs’ between 2008 and 2012, said on British radio Talksport that, Although it would be a great reinforcement for the Red Devils, he does not see him going to Manchester right now. “It would fit perfectly in Manchester United and in any team, but right now United is not better than Tottenham. There is not much difference between them, they are trying to get into the Champions League,” explained the coach. “But if Real Madrid or Barcelona knock on your door, you should consider a transfer“he added.Despite these speculations, Redknapp made it clear that the footballer currently belongs to Tottenham Hotspur of tough negotiator Daniel Levy and that only a “crazy offer” with which to rebuild the equipment could make him consider selling it. Harry Redknapp, who was Harry Kane’s coach at Tottenham Hotspur, said that if Barcelona or Real Madrid tried to sign the English striker, they should ask him.. Kane has been the subject of speculation in the English press in recent days due to a rumor that brought him closer to Manchester United, a theory that was denied by the club itself.
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