Check Out “Ollie Watkins is a potential Harry Kane replacement” After reportedly being unable to meet Tottenham’s asking price for Kane, Manchester United have decided not to pursue the possibility of signing him as a player for the club.

And ever since then, they have been looking for other options while linking Rasmus Hojland, Randal Kolo Muani, and Victor Osimhen together.

The Athletic, on the other hand, is saying that Manchester United has conducted a scouting mission on Watkins of Aston Villa. Watkins is a player that Villa has on their roster.

The striker finished the previous season with 15 goals scored in the Premier League, while also playing a key role for Unai Emery’s team as they clinched a spot in Europe for the next season.

Ollie Watkins Is A Potential Harry Kane Replacement
Ollie Watkins Is A Potential Harry Kane Replacement

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Manchester United are set to rival Chelsea and Arsenal for the signing of Romeo Lavia this summer.

Even though Lavia was a part of Southampton’s relegation to the Championship last season, numerous top Premier League clubs have shown interest in the Belgian forward.

The Daily Mail reports that Manchester United and Arsenal will be joining Chelsea in their pursuit of Lavia, and Chelsea has already expressed interest in the midfielder.

Lavia appears to have been added to the Red Devils’ shopping list, despite the fact that they are planning to make another offer for Mason Mount and are giving the signing of a striker the highest priority during this transfer window.


Commentator Martin Tyler will leave Sky Sports this summer, the broadcaster has announced.

Since the beginning of Sky Sports’ coverage of the Premier League in 1992, the 77-year-old journalist has been a part of it.

Tyler has worked at Sky Sports since 1990

His voice is inextricably linked to some of the most memorable moments in league history, like as Sergio Aguero’s dramatic game-winning goal in the 92nd minute of the 2011–12 campaign.

According to Tyler, “In my opinion, the enormous corporation that Sky is today is a direct result of Sky Sports’ innovative and inspired coverage of the Premier League.”

“It has been an honor to have been entrusted with a relatively minor role in the broadcasting history of the world’s most prestigious league. Along the process, I’ve had the opportunity to collaborate with a vast number of talented people working in every facet of the television industry. I am grateful to everyone of them for the assistance and the skills they have provided. Being a part of such a talented group of people has been a privilege for me.

Gary Hughes, the director of football for Sky Sports, stated that “everyone at Sky Sports would like to say a heartfelt thank you to Martin for his unparalleled contribution and dedication to our coverage over the last 30 years.” Hughes added that “everyone at Sky Sports would like to say goodbye to Martin with a smile.” There will never be a time when “The Voice” isn’t associated with Sky Sports and the Premier League. Martin Tyler’s name immediately comes to mind whenever one considers commentary.

“‘Collymore closing in’ [from Liverpool’s 4-3 win over Newcastle in 1996] and ‘Aguerrrrrroooooooooo’ are two of the most memorable moments in the history of the Premier League. We are grateful to him, and we wish him the absolute best for the years to come.

“Martin has had an incredible broadcasting career, spanning nearly 50 years commentating on football,” said Richard Masters, the chief executive of the Premier League. “Since the Premier League’s inception in 1992, his voice has been synonymous with the competition,” continued Masters.

“He has made a wonderful contribution to the game, and there will be generations of football fans who will always remember his remarks when those huge game moments occurred, as well as of course ‘that goal’ scored by Aguero on the final day of the 2012 season.

“Whether on Sky Sports, ITV, or globally through his work with Premier League Productions and other international broadcasters, covering Premier League games, European matches, or World Cups, Martin’s analytical commentary and analysis has always added something special to sports. This is true whether he was commentating on Premier League games, European matches, or World Cups.