Report: Harry Kane to Man United transfer rumour saga takes another twist

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Dom Le Roy

Sky Sports reporter, James Cooper, has claimed that Harry Kane is not on Manchester United’ wishlist this summer, and has completely ruled out any possibility of the Spurs striker joining the Red Devils.

Kane has been linked heavily with a move to Old Trafford over the past few weeks. The Daily Mail reported last week that Daniel Levy would be prepared to sell the 26-year-old to United if they were willing to pay £200 million for his services.

Although there have been other reports suggesting that Spurs have no intention of selling up (Football.London), the drumbeat to get the England captain to join Manchester United has been growing.

The likes of Gary Neville (Sky Sports), Dimitar Berbatov (Betfair via Daily Mail) and Mark Bosnich (Sky Sports) have all urged the striker to swap North London for Manchester.

However, Sky Sports have now seemingly put an end to the rumour by reporting that Manchester United will not move for Kane even if Daniel Levy were to suggest to Ed Woodward that a deal was possible.

It is asserted that the club won’t be spending big sums of money this summer and so Kane has no place on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s transfer wishlist.

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It has been clear from the start that most of the rumours involving Kane have been baseless speculation. No club will be in a position to afford the kind of money that it will take to lure the striker away from North London. Additionally, it makes little sense for Levy to sell Kane now when the market is experiencing a lull when he knows he can get more money for him when normality returns.

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