Harry Kane reportedly favors a move to Manchester United over remaining at the Spurs as they undergo a restructuring.
Kane is interested in a move to United
The Spurs striker Harry Kane this summer will consider moving to Manchester United. As he would rather not stay in Tottenham Hotspur while they are undergoing extensive restructuring. It’s assumed that Harry is reluctant to wait for a review of the composition of the Spurs. Before challenging for the Premier League title and again becoming a force in Europe. Sources close to Kane made it clear that the forward would be interested in a potential move to Man United. A development that could now give the executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward the encouragement he needed to continue any bid.
Harry wants at least one major title in his career
Kane’s contract – signed in the summer of 2018 – is extended until 2024. The Spurs chairman Daniel Levy will be able to command a substantial fee for his star striker. As you know, at present, Kane will not consider signing renewed terms at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. Frontman with 181 goals wants to end his career with at least one major trophy. Missing the glory of the Champions League in the final against Liverpool FC last term. 26-year-old Harry Kane is currently relegating to the background with an injury of rudeness: his boss Jose Mourinho said this week that he would not take any risks with his suitability until the end of the season.
In January, the Spurs lost Christian Eriksen to Inter, adding Steven Bergwijn and Giovanni Lo Celso on permanent deals – and Gedson Fernandes on loan – but in the next few transfer windows. The team is still facing extensive restructuring. Stadium’s debt and the threat of loss in the Champions League mean that Tottenham can work with a reduced transfer budget, and reportedly could total just £50 million ($64 million). Meanwhile, Man United’s chances of securing Kane can be significantly improved if Mauricio Pochettino becomes their manager. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is still a candidate to continue to lead in the medium to long term, especially if he reaches the Champions League qualifications. Nevertheless, Pochettino remains United’s preferred option if they have to replace the Norwegian. No.1 summer target of the club remains Aston Villa midfielder Jack Grealish, despite recent events with Harry.