Rio Ferdinand has said Harry Kane is "perfect" for Manchester United after the Tottenham captain raised question marks over his future in north London.
Kane, who has been sidelined with a hamstring injury since January, recently said he would not stay with Spurs 'just for the sake of it,' as his main aim is to win trophies.
And former United captain Ferdinand said Kane wouldfit in well at Old Trafford, but accepted the England forward could have his pick of top clubs.
"We've seen the news [about Kane's future]," Ferdinand said on an Instagram Live. "When he's been pressed in the past about his loyalty to Spurs, he's always been a bit coy.
"But this isolation, I don't know what it's done to him but he's dropped a couple of bombs. If you've got aspirations to be successful, and you can go out there and court big clubs and go to successful places where you can win things, you've got to be searching for that.
"He can't be sitting there and be totally happy at Spurs.
"Yes he'll have made loads of money but he'll do that anywhere but he won't have nothing to remember in terms of great day picking up a trophy here and there.
"Do you think he'll be satisfied? I'll tell you now: no. He won't be, he'll be devastated. Man Utd will be in for him because he's perfect for United.
"Juventus would be in, Real [Madrid] have been buying young top potential, but do they want an experienced one to help? I reckon they'd be on the scene."