Manchester United chief-executive Ed Woodward is determined to test Tottenham’s resolve to hold onto Harry Kane this summer with a £50million bid, as per the Daily Express.
Reports suggest that the 21-year-old striker has emerged as one of the Old Trafford outfit’s top transfer priorities following his impressive breakthrough campaign with Spurs, with the suggestion that Woodward is preparing a ‘huge offer’ to test the Lilywhite’s resolve.
Kane burst onto the scene with 21 league goals in 34 appearances for the north London club throughout the 2014/15 campaign. His impressive displays during this period also saw him crowned as the PFA Young Player of the Year – an accolade previously won by the likes of Wayne Rooney, Cristiano Ronaldo and, more recently, Eden Hazard
With a bid on the horizon, it is important to note that the Red Devils have experienced success when negotiating with Tottenham in the past. Indeed, the likes of Teddy Sheringham, Dimitar Berbatov and Michael Carrick all previously swapped White Hart Lane for Old Trafford.