Club ready to sell £200,000-a-week star to Manchester United – Report

Kane and Son Spurs

Tottenham star Harry Kane has been linked with a move to Manchester United recently and the latest reports are very optimistic for the Old Trafford faithful.

According to The Mail, Spurs are ready to sell their star striker to Manchester United for a fee of £200million as Levy is concerned about the club’s financial future.

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The British outlet have claimed that the chairman of the north London club is desperately looking to raise funds to pay for their highly expensive stadium and for that, he would agree to offload Kane to Man Utd.

Last month, Rio Ferdinand backed the Red Devils to bring the England international to Old Trafford (The Sun).

So, things are looking highly positive and I would definitely love Solskjaer to lure the Three Lions skipper, who is currently in his peak years.

Yes, he has been injured for some time this season due to a thigh muscle concern but when fit, the £200,000-a-week star (Mirror Sport) is a goal scoring machine.

For his country, Kane has already scored 32 times in 45 appearances. He was the top scorer at the 2018 World Cup and also scored the highest number of goals in the European Championships qualification campaign.

We splashed a lot of cash to lure Romelu Lukaku from Everton, sold him to Inter Milan and have not replaced him as yet. This summer, we must spend to finally replace the Belgian by signing a world class striker, who has what it takes to score 20 plus goals in a season.

Harry Kane certainly has the quality and experience to improve our strike-force but do you think, we should break our transfer record and pay £200million to secure his signature?


  1. No, he is too expensive more so injury prone. Go for Sancho and Grealish instead.

  2. I recommend the signing of Harry Kane to join the likes of Rashford, Martial and Daniel James this will clins United to Trophies and a better competition to the likes of cities and Liverpools

  3. Kane is not up to that amount of money they want.if they can’t accept 100m or 80m they shall forget

  4. Kane is a great striker but 200m is too high. He should be ok for a cut price of not more than 100m

  5. I think we shouldn’t buy another a striker but rather look at bettering our current players, like Rashford, Ighalo and Martial and last but not least Greenwood.

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