Manchester United have been after Harry Kane for a long time and believe they’ll finally seal his signing in the summer transfer window.
According to an exclusive story covered by The Sun, the Red Devils are confident of landing the England captain, whose current deal with Spurs will expire next year.
The British outlet have claimed that Tottenham could drop the £100million valuation if they fail to earn CL qualification for the next season.
In all fairness, the mentioned valuation is way too high for someone who will turn 30 in a few months and can be lured for free in 2024.
Nevertheless, Kane is a world class and it has been reported that he would at least cost £85million in the summer (The Daily Mail).
The Sun claim Man Utd have made contact with the representatives of the Three Lions striker through a third party and have received a positive response.
The 29-year-old center forward, who won the Golden Boot at the FIFA World Cup in 2018, has already netted 20 goals in all competitions for Spurs.
Kane is a Tottenham legend and recently became the leading goal scorer in the history of the club. Seeing him leave for a PL rival would hurt the supporters and perhaps his legacy.
Retired Bulgarian striker, Dimitar Berbatov, was the last Spurs player to move to Man United and he helped us win two Premier League titles.
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