Manchester United are all set to break the bank to acquire the services of Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane.

According to The Sun, Manchester United are willing to go all out to sign Harry Kane ahead of next season. The Tottenham striker has been on their radar for a while now, and they are all set to lure him to Old Trafford with a huge offer.

The 30-year-old has been a part of the Tottenham setup since his childhood days. He has gone up the ranks at the club and has been subject to multiple loan moves to gain first-team experience. Kane started featuring regularly for their first team post the summer of 2013, and he has not looked back since.

The England international has featured in 429 matches for the London club and has found the back of the net a record 274 times. The 30-year-old is the highest goalscorer in their history and he also has 63 assists to his name.

As far as the ongoing season is concerned, the England international has featured in 43 matches and has been involved in 30 goals. While the club have not been at their best in the ongoing season, he has still done his bit.

The 30-year-old wanted to leave the club back in the day, but Spurs stood in his way. However, with just over a year left in his contract and their overall struggles, Kane could be on the move in the summer.

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Meanwhile, Manchester United are preparing a huge offer for the England international. Erik ten Hag has done wonders since taking charge of the club ahead of the ongoing season. He has already won a trophy at the club and could add to it in the coming weeks.

However, he is well aware of the fact that they need to sign a world-class forward. The club are yet to replace Cristiano Ronaldo and the majority of the goal-scoring load has been on Marcus Rashford. The Dutch manager wants to make sure that he has another star forward who can share the load with Rashford.

Kane currently earns around £200,000 per week at Spurs, and Manchester United are willing to increase it by £100,000. They are ready to offer him a salary of £300,000-a-week in order to lure the 30-year-old to the club.

With Tottenham yet to figure out who their manager will be heading into next season, there are chances that their start striker could look for a move away from the club. And, Manchester United are willing to do all in their power to ensure his arrival at the club. As a result, it will be interesting to see where Kane ends up playing his football next season.

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