Man United News:-
Manchester United are reportedly still holding out hope that they can convince Tottenham Hotspur chairman, Daniel Levy, to part with star striker Harry Kane if the right offer comes in.
Kane has been on the radar of several clubs this summer, and it has been reported that he is the top transfer target for Erik ten Hag, the new manager of Manchester United.
The club is said to be attracted to Kane’s Premier League experience and reliability in front of goal.
Despite scoring an impressive 30 goals in the Premier League last season, Kane’s future at Tottenham has been the subject of much speculation.
Manchester United had reportedly given up on their pursuit of Kane, believing that Levy had no intention of letting him go.
However, there is now a growing belief at Old Trafford that Levy could be tempted into selling Kane, rather than risk losing him for free next year.
Bayern Munich has also been linked with Kane, with the German club reportedly submitting a bid worth €70m. However, Tottenham has rejected the offer and maintained that Kane is not for sale.
Nevertheless, both Manchester United and Bayern Munich are said to be confident that they can convince Tottenham to sell if the right offer is made.
According to The Athletic, sources close to Manchester United believe that Levy could be persuaded to sell Kane this summer.
The Evening Standard’s Nizaar Kinsella has also reported that Tottenham would consider bids in excess of £100m for Kane. However, Tottenham is still hoping to persuade Kane to sign a new deal with them.
The situation between Kane and Bayern Munich is said to be heating up, with personal terms reportedly agreed between the player and the German club.
With Kane turning 30 next month and only having a year left on his contract, it remains to be seen whether Tottenham will be willing to part with their talismanic striker.
Nevertheless, the speculation surrounding Kane’s future looks set to continue throughout the summer.