Harry Kane: Why Man United are keeping their tabs on the Tottenham star

Manchester United will offer £150,000 a week in a bid to acquire the services of Harry Kane, Squawka claim.



The Tottenham forward has long been a target for the English giants and they have had several bids rejected over the last two summers.

Finally, though, The Red Devils could be about to get their man.

Kane is currently on £60,000 a week at Spurs and feels as though his performances at White Hart Lane deserve an upgrade, and if he can’t get one, he will look elsewhere.

The England international could be subject to a £50 million pound bid from Manchester, an offer Tottenham will find hard to turn down.


Enviable Attack

If Kane is to join Manchester United it will see him link up with an already daunting attack of Ibrahimovic, Rashford, Mata and Martial.

It appears as though Kane is seen as a replacement for the ageing and declining Wayne Rooney, who is finding it hard to compete at the highest level as his age advances.

A long-term replacement for Ibrahmiovic and Rooney and reaching the start of his peak years, Kane has the ability to lead United’s attack for years to come; his prolific goal-scoring abilities will boost a United attack that cannot seem to finish their chances this year.


Written by Michael Jones

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