Manchester United is considering bidding for Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane in the summer.
Kane has been linked with United before but Spurs demands are said to have discouraged the Ralph Rangnick side from making a move with the same demands seeing the striker’s intended move to Man City hitting a snag.
Kane would still prefer to go to City but the Mirror reports that the club has turned their attention to Erling Haaland in a move that has seen the England captain change his kind about moving to the Etihad.
#mufc are considering making a fresh move for Harry Kane in the summer. United are watching developments closely and know it could take more than £100m to sign him #mulive [@johncrossmirror, @DiscoMirror]
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Kane will have two years remaining on his contract this summer and there is a belief that he wants to leave the club as he seeks to win a trophy. Spurs chairman Daniel Levy is still expected to play hard ball with the player who is willing to run down his contract if the club cant let him go.
United’s interest in Mauricio Pochettino as their next permanent manager could also aid their pursuit of Kane, who enjoyed a strong working relationship with the Argentine during their time together in North London.