Man United have been given hope that Harry Kane will leave Tottenham and move to Theatre of Dreams this summer. England international, irrespective of whether he stays or goes, is one of the best footballers in Spurs’ history.
A goal return of 217 in 329 is quite remarkable, with the 162 he has netted in the league placing him among the top ten all-time scorers in PL history.
At 27-years-old, Harry has a fighting chance of breaking Alan Shearer’s record of 260, but of course, that would require him to remain in England for the bulk of what remains of his career, opposed to seeking greener pastures abroad.
He will ask to leave Tottenham if they fail to qualify for the UCL, but it stays unclear who would have the necessary pull and financial power to successfully complete a deal to sign the striker.
One club that you’d expect to be in the running is Man United, with veteran Edinson Cavani their only natural, out-and-out striker, with it being unclear if the Uruguayan will be at the club next campaign.
Man United are not only in the running to sign the English strikerbut are confident that he will be convinced to make the move to Old Trafford after the summer’s European Championships.