Manchester United continued their dominant run in the Premier League with a brilliant display over Everton in their fifth match of the season, which they won by 4-0 to earn three more points in order to cement their place in the second position, trailing on goal difference to their derby rivals Manchester City. The Red Devils are looking to extend their winning run when they meet Southampton in their next match of the season.
The man in charge at Old Trafford, however, is looking forward to adding more firepower to his side and is eyeing some of the top class players from all over Europe including the fellow Premier League clubs.
Presently the wily Portuguese has one of the best strikers in England, Harry Kane, in his sight and there is a strong possibility that he might make a bid for him in the forthcoming transfer window.
The English striker has been in devastating form in the last two seasons and has continued to show his brilliance in this season as well, already adding three goals to his tally so far. The 24-year-old has been awarded the Golden Boot in the last two seasons consecutively, given his brilliant goal scoring record against every team in the competition and has been on the right way so far this season.
Mourinho has already brought in Romelu Lukaku from Everton this summer in order to add some significant firepower to his squad and get goals on a regular basis. The Belgian has been doing his job brilliantly and is topping the goal-scoring chart presently and has proved his worth completely in this season so far.
It will be a great signing for the Red Devils in the next transfer window if they can get the English striker to add to their might and play as a strike partner with Lukaku for the rest of the season. Their combined efforts might open the floodgates for the 13 time Premier League champions and can spell disaster, to say the least, for the opponents in domestic as well as European competitions.
However, it will not be a very easy task for Mourinho, definitely, given the fact that Kane is entitled to stay with the Spurs till 2022 and they will do anything to tie him down to the club for some more time to come. Can Jose pull this one off?
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