He has long stayed loyal to Tottenham, his desire to join Manchester City in 2021 aside, despite the north London giants’ failure to win any trophies.
But Kane’s contract is due to expire in 2024, meaning Spurs face the prospect of selling him this summer or losing him for nothing.
The England skipper is a world-class asset, one that deserves to win trophies amid the peak years of his career.
Yet with Tottenham refusing to sell a single player to United since Dimitar Berbatov in 2008, it’s believed they’ll want at least £100m to let their talisman go.
Kane would, potentially, be worth the investment. While he’s 29 - he’ll turn 30 in July - he’s as deadly as ever with 22 goals from 38 appearances across all competitions.
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