Harry Kane is one of the best goalscorers in the world with a proven record and Manchester United need a striker like him to reinforce the frontline.
If reports in the media are anything to go by then the Red Devils have to break their bank and the pay structure to sign the England international from Tottenham.
According to a report covered by The Daily Star, Man United have done their homework and know they have to agree a contract worth around £104million to lure the Three Lions skipper.
The Old Trafford outfit will have to agree a deal that will make the center-forward earn around £400,000 a week, £104million in five years.
On the other hand, the British media outlet have mentioned that Daniel Levy would likely demand a fee of £120million to sell his prized asset. Overall, the deal could cost around £300million for Kane who currently earns £210,000 a week with Spurs.
Man Utd must sign a quality No.9 to win the Premier League title. The last player to win the PL Golden Boot for us is Robin van Persie, who is also the last player to score over 20 goals in a league campaign for us.
The retired Dutchman scored 26 goals in the title-winning 2012-2013 season under the guidance of Sir Alex Ferguson.
Since then, we have had big names like Rooney, Falcao, Ibrahimovic, Lukaku and even Cristiano Ronaldo but none of them managed to score 20 goals in a PL campaign.
Kane has won three Golden Boots in England and also won the Golden Boot for his country at the FIFA World Cup in Russia in 2018.
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