£200,000-a-week star backed to agree Manchester United move

Harry Kane Spurs

Harry Kane has won several individual awards but not even a single club title with Tottenham Hotspur. He will turn 29 in July and it is time for him to leave for a bigger club.

Last week, The Mirror revealed that Manchester United are planning to make a move to sign the England international in the summer transfer window.

Transfer: Man Utd make contact to sign £50million play breaker – Report

More recently, former Man City defender, Joleon Lescott, has backed the £200,000-a-week star (The Daily Mail) to sign for Man United, who have a better chance than Spurs to win titles.

Lescott wrote in his column with LiveScore:

“Manchester United are one club I could see trying to lure him away in summer — and I think he’d consider that very strongly.”

“For all their faults, United are closer to winning trophies than Spurs right now. Not the Premier League, but knockout competitions. You could see them winning an FA Cup or Carabao Cup.”

Manchester United have not won a single trophy since winning the Community Shield, Europa League and the League Cup under Jose Mourinho back in 2017.

So, I am not sure how Lescott thinks that we are closer to winning a title than Spurs, who actually have a proven quality manager in charge.

On the other hand, Kane is not an FA Cup or Carabao Cup level player, he is top class and deserves to play in the Champions League. For now, it seems highly unlikely that Man Utd will qualify for the next season’s CL.

Do you think that by any chance Man United can sign Harry Kane?


  1. I am nearly 29 and I want to play in the CL and win trophies, Mr Lescott. Who do you suggest? How about a club below your current team who will not be in the CL next season, haven’t won a trophy for 5 years, keep changing the manager and currently don’t have one. How do these ex players steal a living

  2. PMSL, why would Spurs sell their best player when he still has TWO years left on his contract. Any club trying to buy him would have to spend very big because even at his age he can play the No 10 roll and has many years still left at the top level. Ignore sky media trying their best to sell him… it’s up to Spurs no-one else. In a years time it will be different story try again then lol

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