Rio Ferdinand – Chelsea to beat Manchester United to transfer £112,000 per weekly world-class player

Rio Ferdinand – Chelsea to beat Manchester United to transfer £112,000 per weekly world-class player

Former Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand has expressed his opinion that Chelsea has a better chance of securing the services of Napoli striker Victor Osimhen ahead of Manchester United. Ferdinand, who is now a pundit, believes Harry Kane is more likely to join Manchester United.

Both Manchester United and Chelsea are on the lookout for a striker in the summer transfer window, with Victor Osimhen, Harry Kane, and Goncalo Ramos of Benfica being linked to both clubs.

According to Ferdinand, Kane is unlikely to move from Tottenham Hotspur to Chelsea because of the intense rivalry between the two London clubs. Ferdinand instead backs Kane to make a switch to Manchester United.

Ferdinand explained his thoughts in a video posted on his FIVE YouTube channel, stating: “I reckon Chelsea this summer go for Osimhen. Man United are going for Harry Kane. Harry Kane isn’t going to Chelsea from Spurs, no chance.”

He went on to explain that the ultimate goal of every footballer is to win trophies, and that is why Kane is more likely to choose Manchester United over Tottenham Hotspur. Ferdinand noted that Tottenham Hotspur hasn’t been successful in winning titles since the Champions League final and has gone backward in terms of their playing style.

However, Ferdinand acknowledged that the final decision rests with Kane, and it’s up to him to decide whether he wants to remain a one-club man or leave for a better opportunity. He urged Kane to consider the possibility of joining Manchester United, but also noted that Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy’s asking price could be a significant hurdle.

In conclusion, Ferdinand’s comments suggest that Chelsea might have the edge over Manchester United in the race to sign Victor Osimhen, while Harry Kane is more likely to end up at Old Trafford than Stamford Bridge. Nevertheless, time will tell, and football is known for its unpredictability.

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