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EPL: Manchester United Told To ‘Break The Bank’ To Land English Trio

Amuda Segun



Premier League giants Manchester United have been advised to splash the cash on three players from the Three Lions of England squad this summer.

According to Ex-Liverpool and Fulham midfielder Danny Murphy, Manchester United need to spend a lot of money to elevate their status from fighting for Champions League football to fighting for titles next season.

He wrote in his column with the Daily Mail that Manchester United should break the bank for the trio of Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane, West Ham United midfielder Declan Rice and Borussia Dortmund star Jadon Sancho in a deal that could cost the Red Devils to the tune of £260m.

Three Lions of England skipper Harry Kane, Declan Rice and Jadon Sancho are all expected to make the squad for the upcoming European Championships this summer.

Harry Kane is presently injured but he would return to action in time to prove his fitness ahead of the aforementioned tournament this summer.

The Spurs striker got injured during the Premier League clash at Southampton in January. He suffered a hamstring injury during that game and was subsequently ruled out for the next three months.

Earlier reports even claimed that the player would miss the tournament this summer but that is wide off the mark with the Spurs player working hard to return to action to help his club to realise their targets for this summer.

West Ham United star Declan Rice has shone for the London club despite the fact that the Hammers have been in and around the relegation zone for the better part of this season. He came close to signing for the Red Devils last summer.

For Jadon Sancho, the young winger has taken the German Bundesliga by storm and a lot of clubs are on his trail ahead of this summer.

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