This summer, Harry Kane is only interested in leaving Tottenham for one team.
If an offer comes in for Harry Kane, he is thought to prefer joining Manchester United above joining any other team this summer.
According to The Sun, Kane is eager to stay in the country if he finds himself on the move this summer.
Fortunately for United, they require a striker with Wout Weghorst unlikely to return to the club following his loan and Anthony Martial battling with fitness over the years, and who better to carry the role than Kane?
The 29-year-old has recently finished a 30-goal Premier League season that has mostly gone unnoticed due to Erling Haaland’s 36-goal tally in his maiden season in England.
His tally this season is 47 goals short of Alan Shearer’s league record, so it’s obvious that he’d like to stay in England if a move were to be made.
The England captain was linked with a move to Chelsea after the Blues hired former Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino, with Kane starting his Tottenham career under the Argentine, but club chairman Daniel Levy is unlikely to let his star man leave for a London rival.
That rules out Arsenal, and with Liverpool not in need of a number nine, that leaves United as the team most likely to entice him away from the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, so we’ll have to wait and watch what happens with the striker this summer.