Former Manchester United defender Gary Neville had revealed that the club should focus on the signing of Jadon Sancho in the summer transfer window.
The United legend is pleased the club has decided to keep Edinson Cavani for another year, while admitting that Sancho on the right flank will only make Manchester United stronger.
However, Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher disagreed with the view of his former England teammate, and rather revealed that signing a top striker in Harry Kane will help the club’s title aspirations.
“I don’t think they’d have the centre-forward [to challenge for the title, without signing one],” said Carragher.
“I absolutely love Cavani. But the big thing for me is Greenwood, he’s a superstar.
“If you bring Sancho in, he’s got to play 70-80 per cent of the games on the right, where he plays. So then you’ve got a really old guy who’s done brilliantly, or a really young guy who’s not quite ready physically to lead the line for United.
“I think Manchester United buying a Harry Kane or a Haaland and using Greenwood on the right cutting inside on the left foot, I think he’s brilliant at that. I’d be really wary if they bought Sancho of stunting Greenwood’s progress.”