Harry Kane’s recent comments could prove to be transfer dagger for Erik ten Hag

Harry Kane is not talking like a player keen to leave Tottenham Hotspur, which may be a concern for Manchester United.

The England captain has been linked with the Red Devils for a few years now but more prominently this season.

United are in dire need of a prolific striker and Kane’s quest for a trophy at Spurs continues to grow bleaker, with the club set to miss out on a Champions League spot and another poor campaign under their belt. For both parties, it seems like a match made in heaven.

Kane keen to make history at Spurs

However, it appears as though Kane may be set on being a one-club man. A move away from the Premier League is almost certainly ruled out this summer, as the striker is chasing Alan Shearer’s record of being the league’s all-time top goalscorer, and is currently just 51 goals away. With his numbers each season, it’s well within touching distance.

But would he move to another top-four rival? In a recent interview, Kane sounded adamant about staying at the North London club as they embark on another attempt at success under a new, unconfirmed manager. After all, an extended deal with Spurs is yet to be ruled out for the 29-year-old.

He said (via Football Daily): “On the pitch, I always give 110%, I always give my all for the team and the club. I think off the pitch, to have those conversations with the chairman and with the staff, and try and give my opinion on some of the things that I think could help us. To be more consistent and more successful in the culture that we try and set.

We need to try and find a way to create that environment that drives success.”

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  1. Kane is seeing out his contract at Tottenham. Why are there these non stop blogs etc from United fans about him moving to Old Trafford?

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