United could explore a deal for Kane in the summer window of 2023.
Manchester United will shift their focus on Harry Kane’s situation ahead of the summer transfer window, talkSPORT reporter Alex Crook has told GIVEMESPORT.
Kane earns £200,000 a week at Tottenham Hotspur and he will be entering the final year of his contract at the end of the season.
The England international could end up as the all-time record Premier League and England goalscorer. Harry Kane is yet to win silverware and he can complete this by moving to the big club.
The 29-year-old is now entering his peak years. In 2015, Kane opened up about his ambitions, telling The Clare Balding Show (via the Daily Mirror): “Obviously I am hoping to go on and win many trophies for Spurs and for England,” but eight years and four final defeats later, that dream has never materialised.
Kane was supposed to leave Spurs two seasons ago and he was heavily linked with Manchester City. The Sky Blues made four attempts to sign the Three Lions captain in the summer of 2021, but Tottenham stood firm on their £150 million valuation.
Reporter Crook has hinted that United could explore a deal for Kane in the summer window.
“I’d keep an eye on the Harry Kane situation,” Crook explained to GMS, indicating United might be interested.
“Again, I think that will depend on the ownership model, although, in fairness, the Man United owners did invest quite heavily last summer.
“But Kane will have a year left on his contract and he’s proven in the Premier League. I think he’d want to go to a club where he’s got a chance of winning silverware.
“Arguably, United are in a better place to do that than Tottenham. I’d definitely keep an eye on that one.”
United are also planning for Wout Weghorst on loan from Burnley but the club is not targeting the Dutchman as a long-term option up front, meaning the door could be left open for Kane in the summer.
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