Paul Scholes has claimed Man United should have paid 'whatever it would have cost' to sign Harry Kane ahead of Bayern Munich.
The former Man United midfielder claimed ahead of their Champions League group stage tie against the German champions that the club should have focused their efforts on luring Kane to Old Trafford.
Kane ultimately joined Bayern in a £100m move from Tottenham in the summer, with the Red Devils instead signing Rasmus Hojlund.
'Without a shadow of a doubt' Scholes said on TNT Sports, when asked whether Man United should have broken the bank to sign Kane.
'They have been crying out for a centre forward. Whatever it would have cost, they should have got him.
'You are buying 25 to 30 goals a season.
'The young lad Hojlund is one for the future but does not have a great goalscoring record as yet. He may do that in the future.
'Kane coming into this team, you are thinking 25-30 goals.
'If you are thinking about the owners and money, if you had the budget to buy just one player or three, I would have bought Harry Kane all day long.
'He would have brought so much to this team.'Read on m.allfootballapp.com