Manchester United are apparently firming up an offer for Harry Kane.
The Tottenham Hotspur striker has been on United’s radar for a while. The Daily Star says United will bid £50M for the Spurs and England hit-man.
Despite such huge amount, Spurs Chief executive is known to be a shrewd business man and would not be moved by the amount in questions as he is very good in dealing with players transfer. He made Real Madrid pay a world record fee for Gareth Bale and also made the Bernabue outfit to pay more for Luka Modric. Man United paid heavily for Dimitar Berbatov on transfer deadline day before the deal was concluded.
Harry Kane made his senior debut season for Spurs last year and went on to be one of the prolific strikers in the league, scoring a total of 21 league goals for Spurs and 32 goals in all competitions last season. Kane was a product of the Tottenham academy and was given his first team opportunities along with fellow youth Academy graduate Ryan Mason by Mauricio Pochettino and the 22 years old repaid the faith shown to him by delivering the goods
United need a player like Kane to help solve the goal drought the club is experiencing, as he would draw the attention away from Martial alone thereby freeing the Frenchman a little to show his capabilities. But it’s highly unlikely that Dani Levi would do business for Kane with United in the January transfer or even in the summer except a bid higher than £50M is tabled.