Harry Kane could attract a bid from Manchester United this summer, but The Sun hints that that could depend on whether the striker tells Tottenham Hotspur that he wants to leave.
Kane’s future looks set to be a key talking point over the coming months. The Spurs talisman is reaching a crucial stage in his career – particularly with Tottenham enduring a difficult season.
Unsurprisingly, there is interest in the 27-year-old. The Sun suggests that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men could make a move for Kane at the end of the season.
It is claimed that Kane would be interested in heading to Old Trafford. But Daniel Levy has no intention of letting him join another Premier League side.
Therefore, The Sun suggests that Manchester United may only make a £90 million bid should Kane tell Tottenham that he wants to leave.
That may still not be enough. The Sun notes that not only is Levy against selling to another English side, but he also values Kane at £170 million.
TBR View: Potentially a huge risk if Kane asks for Spurs exit
Perhaps it should come as no surprise if Kane does not publicly push for a move away from Spurs this summer.
Kane clearly faces a couple of big problems if he does hope to leave. Only a handful of teams can probably afford his asking price in the current climate.
And that group of sides becomes even smaller when you consider Levy’s stance on selling to another Premier League team.
So Kane may be wary of potentially damaging his relationship with Tottenham beyond repair – particularly if there is a good chance that he will end up going nowhere this summer.