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Spurs front three better than Man Utd’s despite the arrival of Sancho reckons pundit
By Bruce Grove -

Manchester United has added Jadon Sancho to their squad as they look to become the top club in England once again.

The former Manchester City youngster developed a fine reputation for being one of the best attackers in Europe while at Borussia Dortmund and he is expected to set the Premier League alight from next season.

Liverpool has a fearsome combination of attackers with Sadio Mane, Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino being one of the best attacking trios in Europe.

United will hope to achieve that status after adding Sancho to their squad, but former Tottenham star, Jami O’Hara insists that even adding him to their team doesn’t make their attack as lethal as Tottenham’s front three of Harry Kane, Son Heung-min and Lucas Moura.

He says Son is better than Marcus Rashford, while Edinson Cavani has nothing on Harry Kane.

He, however, conceded that Sancho is better than Moura, but the Brazilian ended last season in fine form.

He said on TalkSPORT: ‘Spurs’ front-three at their best is still better than that Manchester United front-three. Son is better than Rashford, Kane is better than Cavani. 

‘OK, Moura is not better than Sancho, but Moura had a great finish to last season and does produce at the top level.’

Tags harry kane Jadon Sancho jamie o'hara lucas moura NewsNow Son Heung-min
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James McKevitt.
James McKevitt.
2 months ago

OK Moura is not better than Sancho. The insight here by O’Hara is just next level.

SpurSi
SpurSi
2 months ago

Jamie O’Hara? Just think how bad things must’ve been for him to ever get in a Spurs starting eleven. An absolute disgrace when he was at Wolves. Who cares what he thinks?

Stewart Smith
Stewart Smith
2 months ago

Agreed.
& as good as Sancho is, the Bundesliga is not anywhere near as demanding, competitive, fast, intense, physical, etc as the Premier League.

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