Kane’s Spurs Ultimatum Sparks Renewed Hope for United


Manchester United have received encouragement regarding the potential acquisition of Harry Kane, as sources indicate a belief that the striker may have to depart Tottenham Hotspur this summer. Spurs owner, Joe Lewis, has informed chairman Daniel Levy that he is not willing to let Kane leave the club on a free transfer next year. As a result, the England captain will be required to either sign a new contract or seek a move in the current transfer window.


It has been reported that Kane, with just one year remaining on his contract, has already made up his mind not to extend his current deal with Tottenham. While a move to Manchester United is still seen as unlikely, they have identified Atalanta’s Rasmus Hojlund and Eintracht Frankfurt’s Randal Kolo Muani as more attainable targets.


Despite Tottenham turning down two bids from Bayern Munich, Kane remains the top priority for the club this summer. However, United is hesitant to meet Spurs’ valuation, which exceeds £100 million. There are also concerns about Kane’s potential wage demands, but Manchester United is closely monitoring the situation, knowing that Levy will have to entertain offers.


Although negotiating with Tottenham presents challenges, their manager, Erik ten Hag, has reportedly made Kane his first-choice target. However, the budget for signings is limited after securing Mason Mount from Chelsea and Andre Onana from Inter.


Overall, while a move for Harry Kane to Manchester United remains uncertain, the situation is being closely monitored, and the player’s desire to leave Tottenham could be a decisive factor in the transfer outcome.


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