Man United backed to sign £200,000-a-week star, who’d prefer OT move

Kane and Son Spurs

Spurs supporters will be angry if their star striker Harry Kane ends up moving to Old Trafford.

The England international has been heavily linked with a move away from Tottenham recently. Earlier this month, Goal.com revealed that the 26-year-old would like to leave the north London club and his preference is to join Manchester United.

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More recently, Man Utd legend Rio Ferdinand has backed the club to sign the Three Lions captain. The 41-year-old stated (via The Sun):

“I know Man United will be in for him (Kane) because that type of player is perfect for them”

“He will go for massive dough, at least £130m in today’s market.”

The 45-capped international is one of the best strikers in the Premier League and he is exactly the kind of consistent goalscorer that United need in their strike-force.

Kane scored 25 goals and 29 goals in the 2015-16 and 2016-17 seasons respectively to win the PL Golden Boot awards.

Not to forget, he also won the Golden Boot prize at the 2018 World Cup after scoring 6 goals in the tournament. Moreover, the Spurs striker was the leading goalscorer with 12 goals in the European Championship qualifiers.

In the current campaign, so far, he has netted 17 goals in 25 appearances and at the moment, he is out with a thigh injury.

Right now, we do lack an out and out, proven quality striker in our squad. Martial and Rashford are not natural strikers. On the other hand, veteran Ighalo is mainly a short term solution. So Solskjaer must splash the cash and lure a world class striker in the summer.

Harry Kane’s current contract with Spurs will expire in 2024 and he earns £200,000-a-week (Mirror Sport). In your opinion, should Man United move to secure his signing?

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