Harry Kane has been a hot topic in the transfer market, with Manchester United being one of the clubs showing a keen interest in the striker. According to various sources, Manchester United has reportedly begun talks to sign the Tottenham captain, with the potential deal expected to reach a staggering amount.
The Mirror reported that Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is willing to sell Kane for £120 million, but Manchester United will need to break their transfer record to get him. The latest reports suggest that Manchester United is ready to offer a deal worth around £100 million for the striker, and negotiations are still ongoing.
The Athletic stated that Kane is interested in the prospect of joining Manchester United, and the striker reportedly sees the club as a good fit for him. However, Tottenham is said to be reluctant to let their talismanic captain go, with the club looking to rebuild under new manager Antonio Conte.
???? Manchester United have started examining the possibility and feasibility of making a Harry Kane bid this summer.
The growing expectation around the England captain is that he won’t sign a new Tottenham contract.
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The Daily Mail reported that Manchester United sees Kane as the perfect player to complement their attack, and the club is eager to add him to their already impressive squad. Meanwhile, Goal.com claims that Kane is unlikely to stay at Tottenham beyond the summer, making a move to Manchester United more likely.
Jamie Carragher also weighed in on the potential transfer, stating that he believes Kane will stay at Tottenham, but if he were to move, Manchester City would be a more likely destination than Manchester United.
The Telegraph added that Tottenham is set to offer Kane a new contract worth around £400,000 per week, which could potentially end Manchester United’s pursuit of the striker.
Overall, it remains to be seen if Harry Kane will make the move to Manchester United, but one thing is for sure – the transfer market is heating up as we approach the summer.