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'Imagine Harry Kane At Liverpool...' - Jurgen Klopp Urged To Sign Kane To Form Lethal Attacking Trio

Nasir Jabbar

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'Imagine Harry Kane At Liverpool...' - Jurgen Klopp Urged To Sign Kane To Form Lethal Attacking Trio

​Jurgen Klopp has been sensationally told to sign Harry Kane amid interest from Manchester United and Manchester City. 

Kane has been the subject of intense transfer speculation, with both Manchester clubs thought to be interested in snapping him up in the summer. 

But Ian Wright thinks Liverpool should make a move for the prolific England international.

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The former Arsenal star reckons Kane operating as a No.9 and playing alongside Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane or Luis Diaz would form a lethal attack. 

He also highlighted the 28-year-old's ability to create from deep, saying he could supply Salah and Mane who would make runs behind the backline. 

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On Kane being linked with a move away from Spurs, Wright said on The Kelly And Wrighty Show: "You can see why teams would want him [Harry Kane], any team in the world would want him. Just look at his finishing and his hunger and his consistency.​

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"When he does finally retire, you just hope he’s won something. I hope he can win something because he deserves it. He looks happier now but he has a big decision to make."​

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Wright continued by suggesting Kane as a transfer target for Klopp's team and explained the difference between him and Roberto Firmino.

"Imagine Harry Kane at Liverpool… If I had the capability of getting Kane and putting him in Liverpool’s side with [Mohamed] Salah, or [Sadio] Mane or [Luis] Diaz and playing as the number nine, dropping deep and doing his stuff," he added. 

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"It won’t be how Firmino does it, those lovely bit of skills and stuff, but Kane can drop in and help create because the two could run behind.

"If it was available to me, I would definitely look at it because it’s Harry Kane, and he will score.

"People talk about Firmino and the fact he doesn’t score enough goals, he misses too many chances. Harry Kane doesn’t miss those chances."

​Kane has been extremely impressive for club and country over the years. He has 22 goals in all competitions for Spurs and improved his international goal tally after converting a penalty against Switzerland. 

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Topics: Harry Kane, Liverpool, Jurgen Klopp, Football

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