£200,000-a-week star would prefer to sign for Manchester United – Report

Kane and Son Spurs

Tottenham fans would surely be furious after reading this piece because as per reports, one of their star players would consider a move away from the club in the summer transfer window.

According to Goal.com, Harry Kane would prefer to sign for Manchester United and not wait for the north Londoners to rebuild in the summer.

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The renowned outlet have mentioned that Man Utd’s chances of signing the England international would largely improve if former Tottenham boss, Mauricio Pochettino, ends up moving to Old Trafford.

The 26-year-old center forward has won the Premier League Golden Boot on two occasions. Moreover, he also won the World Cup Golden Boot in 2018. However, the clinical finisher has not won a single major trophy in his career as yet and therefore, it is not surprising that he is looking to leave.

Jose Mourinho’s team is currently 7th in the PL table, two points behind Man United and five points behind Chelsea, who currently occupy the final Champions League qualification spot.

Kane is a world class striker, whose goal-scoring record for Spurs is phenomenal. In the current campaign, he has netted 17 goals in 25 appearances in all competitions. As far as his international career is concerned, the Three Lions skipper has so far made 45 appearances and scored 32 goals.

Manchester United have not replaced Romelu Lukaku as yet and without doubt, Kane has the quality and the experience to improve the Red Devils’ strike-force.

As far as the negatives are concerned, it must be taken into consideration that the former Leicester City loanee’s injury history (Transfermarkt) is not good at all. Last season, he missed 17 games and so far, this term, he has already missed 13 games in all competitions due to injury.

At the moment, Spurs’ star striker is earning £200,000-a-week (Mirror Sport) and his current contract will expire in 2024. So, it will be fair to say that Daniel Levy is in a great position to demand a massive fee for the club’s prized asset.

In your view, should Manchester United splash the cash to sign Harry Kane in the summer?

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