Man Utd most likely to offer deal to sign £200,000-a-week star – Report

Kane and Son Spurs

Manchester United have been interested in signing Harry Kane for a long time but Tottenham have been able to hold on to their prized asset.

Back in April 2020, The Daily Mail even reported that the England international is keen on joining the Red Devils, however, he is still with Spurs.

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As per the latest reports going on in the media, the 27-year-old striker is going to push to leave the north London club in the next transfer window.

According to The Athletic, the Three Lions skipper wants to leave Tottenham in the summer should they fail to secure Champions League qualification.

The famous source have mentioned that Manchester United and Man City are the clubs, who are most likely to offer him a deal to secure his exit from Spurs.

Kane is one of the best out and out strikers in the world. He won the PL Golden Boot in 2016 and in 2017 and won the Golden Boot at the 2018 FIFA World Cup. The star forward was also the top scorer in the European Championships (2021) qualification campaign.

However, he is yet to win a trophy with Tottenham Hotspur. That will change if they end up beating Man City in the Carabao Cup final scheduled to be held on 25th April.

In the current campaign, the £200,000-a-week star (The Daily Mail) has perhaps been in his best ever form. In all competitions, so far, he has directly contributed in 45 goals (29 goals and 16 assists) in just 41 appearances under Jose Mourinho, who would definitely not want to lose his prized asset.

The Athletic claim that Kane’s growing dissatisfaction at Tottenham is the reason Man Utd are seriously interested in signing him. The 53-capped international’s current deal will expire in 2024, so, it will be fair to say that a huge bid will be required to secure his signature i.e if Spurs allow him to leave.

As per ESPN, a mammoth bid of between £120m-£150m would be taken seriously by the north Londoners, who paid £1billion for the new stadium and have suffered losses because the pandemic has forced the games to be held behind closed doors.

We shall see how the transfer saga unfolds in the coming months and will keep you updated.

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