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      Manchester United manager, Erik ten Hag, has revealed he wanted the club to sign Harry Kane last summer, but instead they brought in Rasmus Hojlund.

      Hojlund signed for United in a £72million deal from Atalanta, while Kane joined Bayern Munich from Tottenham for £100million.

      In his debut season at Old Trafford, Hojlund has scored eight goals in 26 league appearances so far, while Kane has netted 35 times in 31 Bundesliga games for Bayern.

      “We have had some choices made with talents like Rasmus Hojlund.

      “I can see a striker who already proved it, who we want to sign and we couldn’t get him. And then we went to Rasmus because he’s a talent,” Ten Hag said during an interview with Gary Neville for Sky Sports.

      Ten Hag was specifically asked if he was talking about Kane and he replied: “Yes, and you know Harry Kane will get you 30 goals.

      “I think Rasmus will get there, but he needs time. It’s not fair to assess him the same as Harry Kane. I would never compare two players because they are very different.”

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