Rio Ferdinand is of the opinion that Manchester United should have sought a deal to get Mehdi Taremi, the striker for Porto, rather than Wout Weghorst. Rio Ferdinand is of the opinion that Manchester United should have pursued a deal to acquire Wout Weghorst.
United are trying to add a new striker to their team this month and have had extensive conversations about the prospect of signing Weghorst, who is currently on loan from Burnley to Besiktas. Weghorst is now playing for Besiktas in Turkey.
Besiktas has already rejected the original offer made by Erik ten Hag’s squad, which is managed by Erik ten Hag, in an effort to convince the Turkish club to cancel Weghorst’s season-long loan. Erik ten Hag is attempting to persuade Besiktas to call off Weghorst’s
However, Rio Ferdinand believes that Manchester United ought to make an offer for Taremi, who has scored 14 goals for Porto in 20 appearances so far this season. In addition, the 30-year-old played well for Iran in the World Cup, where he scored twice for his country in a loss to England by a score of 6-2. England won the tournament.
There is a release clause worth sixty million euros (or fifty-three million pounds) in Taremi’s current contract with Porto, and it will be up for renewal in 2019.
On the show Vibe with Five on YouTube, the subject of Manchester United’s pursuit of Weghorst was brought up for discussion. In response, Rio Ferdinand stated that he would have pushed bringing Taremi in from Porto instead of Weghorst if he had been in Manchester United’s position.
In addition, Rio explained why Manchester United should make obtaining Tottenham striker Harry Kane their top goal during the summer transfer window. Kane is now under contract with Manchester United.
The letter instructed Spurs supporters to “Get Harry Kane in.” I apologize, but neither of you will win anything at Spurs, and he won’t win anything there either, I told them. Ferdinand said.
“At the present time, they are going through a significant degree of change. Man United, let’s go in the summer and acquire a No. 9 that we can hang our hat on for the next three or four years, to get you 20, 25 goals a season every year, where are you going? Where do you think we might be able to locate one of these?
The player was quoted as saying, “If you go outside of the Premier League, it’s a hazard, and I don’t care what level it is, unless you’re talking to [Kylian] Mbappe,” in reference to playing in leagues other than the Premier League. Aside from that, every other thing is within the realm of possibilities.
“It’s a big sum of money, anywhere between one hundred and one hundred and twenty million, [Victor],” she said. You, Osimhen, are going to be charged with committing this offense. You are spending a significant amount of money on these particular people.
If you want Harry Kane, you are going to have to pay a lot of money for him, but at least you will know that you are getting a man who is capable of scoring 20–25 goals for you each and every season. Given that the player in question has scored anywhere between twenty-five and twenty-eight goals, the question arises: “Does he fit the play?” It is difficult to conceive of a scenario in which Harry Kane would sign with a club other than Manchester United.