The Independent have claimed that none of Manchester United, Manchester City or Chelsea are prioritising a move for Harry Kane this summer.
However, The Independent reveals that, while all three clubs would like the England captain in their team, none of them may be willing to come close to Daniel Levy’s valuation of the striker.
It is explained that Chelsea are likely to be the most willing buyers but the Blues are said to be aware of potential political problems with any deal due to the rivalry between the two clubs.
Manchester City are said to be interested in the 27-year-old and have been backed to submit a proposal.
However, both Chelsea and City are said to be prioritising a move for Borussia Dortmund striker Erling Haaland over the Tottenham star.
The report adds that United do not have the same need for a striker after Edinson Cavani signed a contract extension and the club are likely to prioritise other positions instead.
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It is evident why Haaland would be the clubs’ number one choice as the Norwegian’s age makes him a potentially more lucrative investment than Kane. The worry is that the clubs who miss out on the Dortmund striker could come after the Tottenham man instead.
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