Gary Neville advises Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to sell four players in exchange for Harry Kane.


Gary Neville advises Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to sell four players in exchange for Harry Kane.

Manchester United should sell four players this month, according to Gary Neville.

Gary Neville has instructed Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to offload four Manchester United players in order to bankroll a summer transfer for Harry Kane. Kane wants out of Tottenham Hotspur, and Manchester City is keen to sign him before the August 31 deadline.

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To challenge Chelsea, Liverpool, and Man City for the Premier League crown, Neville believes Solskjaer needs a new striker.

Anthony Martial, Daniel James, Jesse Lingard, and Juan Mata, according to the Manchester United legend, should be released in order to fund Kane’s arrival.

On Monday Night Football, Neville stated, “I believe United will need a centre-forward in the next 12 months [if they are to challenge again].”

“[Kane] is now available for £150 million. We could do without the likes of Martial, James, Mata, and Lingard at the club.

“Kane, in my opinion, would be a differentiator. I’m really curious as to why they aren’t going after them.”

Solskjaer, according to Neville, deserves more time to rebuild his squad, but he may have to prove himself quickly.

“I suppose you may dispute with the management that he has to establish himself quickly,” he added.

“I still believe the Europa League final was a horrible one; if anything doesn’t go right this season, that will dangle a little bit. However, I believe Ole deserves another 12 to 18 months to continue building.

“United tried a quick-fire hit on Jose Mourinho, but it didn’t work. Louis van Gaal tried a new style of play, but it didn’t work, and he failed spectacularly.

“They want someone who will return the company to its roots, and he must be given the opportunity to do so.

Jamie Carragher jumped in to challenge Neville’s remarks, claiming that United should be expected to compete based on their previous dealings.

“It seems like anytime I listen to Gary or Roy [Keane], Manchester United fans, the solution is usually ‘spend £100 million on someone,’” he remarked. That is always the correct response.

“You’re talking about Chelsea purchasing Lukaku, then all of a sudden, after yesterday, it’s ‘Chelsea will win the league.’ It’s either them or the city.’

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