Manchester United could still be haunted by what could have been after seeing Harry Kane complete his move to Bayern Munich Erik ten Hag’s side have acted decisively in the transfer market as the club gear up for what they hope will be another successful campaign. United have long been in desperate need of a new striker but ultimately opted against a move for Kane this summer, who had entered the last year of his deal at Tottenham Hotspur, amid the pricetag and the feeling that Spurs would not want to sell to a Premier League rival. Instead, United turned to Rasmus Hojlund in a £72million deal, with the club placing faith in the Dane for the long-term. Kane has now completed a £100million move to German champions Bayern Munich but United could be set to line up against the England captain in the Champions League READ: Manchester United are acting like a serious Premier League club in transfer market United have been placed in pot two for the Champions League draw, which will take place on August 31. The Reds are alongside the likes of Arsenal, Real Madrid and Borussia Dortmund in the second pot. But Bayern and Kane will be in pot one, meaning they could still be pitted against one another in a bid to go deep into Europe. Even if their paths were not to cross in the group stage, they could meet in the knockouts as Kane seeks a first major trophy of his career. Going face-to-face with Kane at his new club could issue a reminder to United, not they will need it, of the qualities the England captain possesses even if Ten Hag has already firmly moved on. “I don’t think that I have to go into that discussion or give an opinion about that,” the United boss said, when asked about Kane. “We are professional, the processes we do are really careful. “We consider a lot of things but finally we make decisions, we don’t take decisions overnight, there is a strategy in every decision behind and we are happy with the squad we have behind us now.” “We have chosen a striker and we are really happy with our choice,” Ten Hag continued. “He (Kane)’s a great striker, clear. A goal-maker and apart from that he has all the conditions and abilities that you want to see in a striker. It’s a miss for the Premier League, absolutely.”Story SavedYou can find this story in My Bookmarks.Or by navigating to the user icon in the top right.