Manchester United handed huge Harry Kane boost with Spurs owner reluctant to see forward leave as a free agent

Manchester United may have been handed a huge boost in their pursuit of Harry Kane.

The Red Devils have been long-linked with the prolific frontman and specifically at the start of this year’s summer transfer window, as a clinical No.9 is a non-negotiable for the club and few players fit the bill like Kane does.

However, United reportedly ended their interest back in June due to Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy’s reluctance to sell. Bayern Munich have since had two bids rejected for Kane – only further proving Levy’s stance on his star man.

Now, there could be another twist in the tale. According to The Telegraph, Tottenham owner Joe Lewis has told Levy that Kane should be sold this summer to avoid him leaving as a free agent when his contract expires in 2024.

Spurs have tabled contract offers to Kane

The 29-year-old has been offered around £400,000 per week to stay in North London but after spending his whole career with the club and having no silverware to show for it, he may be more inclined to reject the contract offers.

Kane now boasts all-time top goalscorer status for both his club and national team, the latter of which he also captains.

It is expected that Spurs will set their price tag upwards of £100 million, though they may have to lower their asking price or risk him leaving for free in a year.

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  1. I wish man utd will make the approach on him. Kane is a superb striker any day. Let’s keep our eyes fixed on the deal.

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