Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane has been linked with a move to Manchester United at the end of the season.
Manchester United are hoping to sign Harry Kane in the summer. But they will have to pay over £100 million to sign the 29-year-old England international, as per Football Insider. Tottenham have set a hefty price tag for their star striker, and they will sell him if that valuation is met.
Manchester United need to bring in a reliable goal scorer at the end of the season. And Kane is reportedly open to a move. The Tottenham striker will probably want to join a club capable of winning trophies. And Manchester United certainly seem like a formidable unit right now.
The Red Devils have already won the Carabao Cup this season and could win more trophies by the end of the season. Kane will feel that he is at a stage of his career where he needs to join a better team so that he can win some trophies.
Tottenham have improved a lot under Antonio Conte. But they are still nowhere near capable of challenging clubs like Manchester City. It remains to be seen whether the 29-year-old decides to push for a move away from Tottenham at the end of the season.
He has a contract with them until the summer of 2024. And it will be interesting to see if Manchester United are willing to pay over £100 million for him. Kane is certainly one of the best players in the world, and he has 20 goals across all competitions.
He could be the ideal striker for Erik ten Hag next season. Marcus Rashford has been leading the line for the Red Devils this season, and he has been in fine form. However, the 25-year-old attacker is more suited to the role of a wide forward. So the Red Devils must look to bring in a quality number nine.
Kane has played with Rashford for England, and the duo should be able to form a quality partnership at Old Trafford. Tottenham will hope to do their best to convince their star striker to stay at the club for as long as possible. But the situation does not seem favourable for them right now.
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Newcastle United and Liverpool are pushing for a top-four place, and Tottenham cannot hope to retain their best players if they miss out on Champions League qualification. Furthermore, they are likely to lose Italian manager Antonio Conte whose contract expires in the summer. The departure of Conte could send out a wrong message to the key players at the club and convince them to explore potential moves so that they can realise their ambitions.
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