Manchester United has been linked to Harry Kane since the last transfer window; Tottenham rejected several bid from Manchester united to sign the young English striker who bagged 32 goals in all competition for Spurs.
The last bid United placed was reported to be in the region of £40M which was blatantly refused by Spurs.
For Manchester United to get their main striker in the coming transfer window or in the summer, they will have to smash the British transfer record transfer they paid for Argentine international Angel Di Maria, who moved from Real Madrid to Manchester United for £59.7M.
Kane started the season struggling for form and hard to find the back of the net, but the 21 years old scored a hat trick last weekend away against premiership new boys Bournemouth. Kane is proving to be one of the best strikers in the premier league and is proving that last season wonderful performance was not a flash in the pan.
Kane has a bright future ahead and is looking likely to be a threat to Rooney’s current record as England’s highest scorer of all time but he doesn’t really command such a huge transfer fee, Martial can match Kane in all aspect of the game, United should look for wingers to create the balls for Martial to finish off.