Goal.com report that Manchester United have given up any hopes they had of signing Harry Kane this summer and moved on to other targets instead.
Kane’s future was subject to a lot of speculation during lockdown, with Man Utd being linked with a move for the Spur star (Daily Mail).
Reports since then have indicated that the striker is set to stay put at Tottenham for at least one more season (Telegraph).
Jose Mourinho has also admitted that he has received assurances that the club will not be selling any of their important players this summer (Football.London).
Goal claims that Kane has been on United’s radar for a long time and the club continue to admire the striker.
It is also claimed that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer wanted to bring the 27-year-old to Old Trafford this summer but they now understand that a deal would be virtually impossible.
The report asserts that the Red Devils are not willing to go anywhere near Daniel Levy’s £200million valuation of Kane and are now focusing their efforts on signing Lyon forward Moussa Dembele instead.
Spurs Web Opinion
It is already pretty clear that Kane is not leaving this summer. In fact, even the speculation over the striker’s future has died down over the last couple of months. Even if Kane was pressing for a move, I doubt any club would be in a position to pay the kind of money Levy would demand for the striker, especially with the financial impact of the pandemic.
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