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Man Utd fans demand Son Heung Min amid Roy Keane’s Harry Kane transfer call

Daily Star Monday, 21 October 2019
Man Utd fans demand Son Heung Min amid Roy Keane’s Harry Kane transfer callManchester United legend Roy Keane said Tottenham’s Harry Kane is the answer to Ole Gunnar Solskjear’s problems – but fans think it is Son Heung-Min
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