Gary Lineker worried about Man City domination if they sign Harry Kane
Gary Lineker is worried about the short-term future of the Premier League if Man City sign Harry Kane.
The 28-year-old striker won the Premier League Golden Boot last season with 23 goals in the division. Furthermore, Kane was part of a Spurs side that lost the League Cup final to City 1-0. Tottenham also finished seventh in the division.
‘It would be worrying’
The English superstar’s future is likely to be a widely reported and covered saga this summer, and for Lineker, he hopes City don’t sign the striker for the good of the Premier League.
Lineker said: “I think that it would be worrying (to see him dominate the league if he joins Manchester City).
“I would love to see him at Barcelona but they are going for (Sergio) Aguero and are short on cash at the moment. I think it is between Manchester City, Manchester United and maybe PSG.”
Kane could help Man City clinch European glory
Indeed, Man City could no doubt dominate the Premier League for years to come if they were to add Kane to their ranks this summer.
Yet there is no question that Guardiola’s next main goal as manager of the club will be to win the UEFA Champions League. And with Kane, they could achieve just that in the coming years.
The Cityzens were played off the park by Chelsea in last week’s final in Porto. But with a player like Kane leading the line, the Manchester club could finally have the missing key to claim European silverware after many attempts to win the biggest competition in club football.
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