Man United or Bayern Munich? Harry Kane is adamant about wanting to transfer.
If Harry Kane doesn’t sign a contract extension with Tottenham Hotspur, the English striker will be traded this summer.
Tottenham Hotspur are open to proposals for Kane, 29, but are unlikely to approve a transfer for less than £100 million. This is understandable given that they are concerned about losing their finest player for nothing this time next year.
Bayern Munich is leading the race to sign the prolific hitman. The Bundesliga champions, Bayern Munich, are aggressively seeking to sign a new striker after losing Robert Lewandowski to Barcelona last season. Thomas Tuchel just acknowledged this.
Erik Ten Hag, who is in negotiations to sign Rasmus Hojlund from Atalanta, is rumored to also be a great fan of Tottenham’s number 10, despite Manchester United also looking for a forward to cover Cristiano Ronaldo’s vacuum and replace the injured Anthony Martial.
However, any transaction will be contingent on Tottenham Hotspur’s willingness to sell to a direct domestic rival, and the Londoners are unlikely to agree to that.
Kane is aware of how challenging it will be for him to join Manchester United this summer, but he prefers to work with Ten Hag over joining Bayern Munich, according to a recent Football Insider story.
Though it’s possible that the England international will be forced to accept a transfer to Munich. The 33-time league champions of Germany are rumored to be putting together a third offer, which is anticipated to be close to the £100 million that Tottenham is seeking (Football Insider).
Kane, who has played 84 times for England and made his senior club debut in 2011, has since gone on to score 280 goals and create 64 assists in 435 games across all competitions.