Tottenham have rejected multiple bids to hold on to star striker, Harry Kane, but he might finally end up leaving the club.
As per today’s version of The Star (news image provided below), Spurs owner has made it clear if the England captain does not pen a new deal, then he must be offloaded in the current transfer window.
The latest update have brought Manchester United back into contention for his signature.
The British news source have mentioned the north London side are prepared to pay a contract worth £400,000 a week, £20.8million a year, to keep their record goal scorer.
It is reported that Man Utd are also able to agree a deal worth £20.8million a year to sign Kane but the major stumbling block has been the asking price.
The Red Devils opted to end their interest when Spurs asked for a fee of £110million for their prized asset. The Old Traffrd outfit value the Three Lions star at around £70million.
Tottenham have already turned down two offers from German champions, Bayern Munich, whose last bid was over £70million with add-ons.
Now that the owners have confirmed the center forward can be sold, Spurs have to set a realistic asking fee for a player who’ll be out of contract next year and will turn 30 this Friday.
The three time PL Golden Boot winner scored 30 goals in the league last term and has never won a single trophy apart from individual ones with the Lilywhites.
Meanwhile, United are chasing 20-year-old Atalanta forward, Rasmus Hojlund. In your view, should Ten Hag once again prioritize the signing of Harry Kane to improve his strike force?