Report reveals Ed Woodward’s stance on Man United’s Harry Kane pursuit

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Manchester United executive vice-chairman, Ed Woodward, believes that his club’s chances of signing Harry Kane this summer are remote, with Man City or Real Madrid likely to win the battle (Daily Express).

Reports over the last few weeks have suggested that the Tottenham striker is a wanted man across Europe with Manchester United (Evening Standard), Juventus (Tuttosport), and Real Madrid (Diario Madridista) all said to be keen on his signature.

The striker himself admitted recently in an interview with Jamie Redknapp on Instagram that he might leave Spurs if the team isn’t moving in the right direction.

Harry Kane has been out injured since the first day of the new decade, but has still posted an impressive scoring record of 17 goals in 25 games for Spurs this season (Wikipedia). He also scored 12 goals in ten games for England in 2019.

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With Kane saying what he did in the interview with Jamie Redknapp, he basically guaranteed that we are going to hear his name being linked with a move away from the club all summer. In reality, given the financial uncertainty clubs are facing at the moment, no club in Europe is going to be able to afford the striker this summer.

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