Report reveals whether Manchester club would meet Kane asking price

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Dom Le Roy

The Daily Mail have reported that Manchester United are wary of paying Tottenham’s asking price for Harry Kane this summer.

It is said that Daniel Levy and co have slapped a £150m price tag on the head of their star striker as he enjoys another potent season in a Tottenham shirt.

Levy is reportedly keen on keeping Kane in North London and doesn’t actually want to sell the England captain. Meanwhile, Man United are interested in the centre-forward, but would not be willing to pay that kind of money for him.

TransferMarkt currently value Harry Kane at £108m, with the Spurs striker’s contract running until 2024.

So far this season, Kane has played 35 games across all competitions, scoring 22 goals and assisting another 14. That makes for more than one goal contribution per game (TransferMarkt).

Kane also currently leads the way for assists in the Premier League (11) and is third in the standings for top goal scorer in the competition (14).

However, if the Daily Mail is to be believed, Man United may not be able to afford the Spurs academy graduate any time soon.

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