The future of Tottenham striker Harry Kane has been the subject of plenty of speculation over the past few weeks with reports suggesting that the forward open to a new challenge (The Telegraph).
Kane has been out of action with a hamstring injury since picking up the problem in the defeat at Southampton on New Year’s Day. In his absence, the team has struggled to score goals and get wins under their belt.
The England captain is scheduled to return to action before the end of the season (BBC) but could it be his final campaign at Spurs.
Goal.com report that the Spurs striker would consider a move to Manchester United in the summer, rather than staying at Spurs for the Jose Mourinho rebuild, especially if the club fail to secure Champions League football.
It is uggested that the 26-year-old is not keen on waiting around for the club to overhaul their squad and doesn’t plan on putting pen to paper on a new contract with the Lilywhites.
Kane is said to be keen on challenging for the Premier League title instead of starting a new project at Spurs.
The news is said to have put both Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, and Red Devils executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward on red alert as Manchester United look to bolster their forward line in the summer.
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If Kane does decide that he wants to leave Spurs, there is no chance that he would prefer to go to Manchester United particularly given that the likes of Real Madrid, Barcelona and PSG are going to queue up for his signature. Besides, if there is one thing we know about Daniel Levy, then he will make it extremely hard for any club to buy our best assets.
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