Moussa Sissoko claims Spurs have failed Man Utd target Harry Kane

Tottenham talisman and England captain Harry Kane is looking to leave the London club this summer and Manchester United are reportedly one of several interested parties. Any potential deal for the striker will demand a high transfer sum but with teammates publicly commenting on the matter, Spurs might be more inclined to sell.

Harry Kane, who finished top scorer and top assister in the Premier League last season, has three years remaining on his contract but has reportedly asked to leave the club.

“Like all players, he wants to win titles,” Sissoko told Foot Mercato. “A player of his stature deserves to win titles season after season. Sadly, we have failed to do so each time for various reasons. I think that this must irk him inside.

“He did not officially say that he wanted to leave the club. Harry is one of the best attackers in the world. Each year, he finishes as the top scorer in the Premier League or is among the best goalscorers in the league.

“I do not know if he will leave or not but if he ever did leave, I would wish him the best.”

Daniel Levy is notoriously known for being a tough negotiator and United have their work cut out for them should they try to sign Kane but the forward seems determined to leave the club.

Kane has already been linked with a switch to Old Trafford, as per Eurosport.

United are, however, said to be prioritizing a move for Borussia Dortmund’s Jadon Sancho. The former Manchester City player has been high on Solskjær’s wishlist for two years.

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  1. It’s bizarre that Kane has stated that he needs to win trophies and yet some in the press believe he would go to a club who haven’t won one for 4 years. The choices in England are Chelsea or Man City; Germany is Bayern; France is PSG and Spain would be a risk as there are 3 teams to pick from. It sure as hell won’t be United

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