Premier League giants Manchester United have reportedly initiated primary contacts with Tottenham superstar Harry Kane for a potential summer move.
According to an exclusive report from UK-based news outlet The Sun, Manchester United have established fundamental connections with Harry Kane and his representatives through third parties. The response received by The Reds is expected to be positive as they contemplate a 100 million pounds move in the summer transfer window for the high-profile Premier League striker.
Why should Harry Kane leave Spurs for Manchester United?
It has been an extremely loyal showing from Harry Kane to be with Tottenham Hotspur since his childhood days. He can be considered one of the best strikers on the planet for quite some time now and a player of his abilities deserves several recognitions and accolades to his name. Unfortunately, Spurs’ fate in winning silverware has been worse than any other club which invests money like them. This woe of the club has become the fate of its players and needless to say, the number of players who have won trophies after leaving the North Londoners.
Despite all these downtrends in Spurs’ history, Harry Kane has stayed a remarkable figure, revered and respected in the Premier League and inside his current club. Not only because of his goalscoring prowess but being a good-natured and cool-headed fellow.
It now seems the time has come for the most loyal of Spurs’ ranks, Harry Kane to leave the club. He has broken Spurs’ all-time goal record recently and has done everything to put the club back to its place from the unstable days.
The Lilywhites have lost ground in the top four race with significant losses to Leicester City and Wolves. They compete against a recuperated and hungry Liverpool side that will do everything possible to clinch Champions League football for next season. There’s much more serious endeavour in the Anfield dwellers than Spurs and all of these factors indicate that the current fourth-placed side is set for a season in the Europa League.
In the event, Spurs play in the second flight of European competition next season, Harry Kane is expected to leave the side in order to seek much brighter pastures and have a shot at a title after having none to his name.
The present situation
Harry Kane’s £200,000-a-week deal is set to expire at the end of this season and Manchester United will certainly be prowling about closely to pounce upon a favourable opportunity.
Do you see Harry Kane at Manchester United at the end of the season?