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Gary Neville outlines FIVE areas must strengthen in transfer market including a 'world class centre-back' and insists Old Trafford club desperately need Harry Kane more than Jadon Sancho Gary Neville says need Harry Kane more than Jadon Sancho Neville claims that United need 'a right winger, a centre-forward and left-back'  He believes that trio Greenwood, Rashford and Martial need some competition The Sky Sports pundit  says United need a back-up for Luke Shaw due to injuries

By Charlotte Daly For Mailonline

Published: 14:44 BST, 3 September 2020 | Updated: 14:57 BST, 3 September 2020

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would be better off signing Harry Kane than Jadon Sancho, according to Gary Neville.

The Sky Sports pundit argues that Mason Greenwood, Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial need competition but he believes that could come from various top-flight players, not just Sancho.

United have been in negations with the striker for several months but the Bundesliga side have made it clear they will not be parting ways with their key asset until their demands of £100million are met.

Gary Neville says Manchester United should sign the likes of Harry Kane over Jadon Sancho

Gary Neville says  should sign the likes of Harry Kane over Jadon Sancho

Neville has also expressed his concern over the lack of signings United have made, claiming that they need to strengthen at least five areas.

Neville says a 'world class centre-back' is a necessity and that Ole Gunnar Solkjear's side could also benefit from 'a right winger, a centre-forward and left-back'.

The United legend told Sky Sports: 'The fans I speak to aren't saying we desperately want Sancho. They are saying we want the right calibre of signing brought into the club. It could be anybody that fits that bill.

'Yes, Sancho may fit that bill, but I'm not sat here as a United fan thinking I desperately want him. It could be any number of players that become available that would improve United.

Man United have been in negations with the Borussia Dortmund striker for several months

Man United have been in negations with the striker for several months

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