Manchester United Prepare £80m Summer Bid For Harry Kane (Details)

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Manchester United are now working on a bid to sign Tottenham and England striker Harry Kane, MySportDab reports.

Kane remains linked with leaving Tottenham at the end of the season after Coach Antonio Conte was sacked.

Now, his future is uncertain and unlikely he’ll want to stay at Spurs for another season at Spurs with the aim of winning trophies.

One of the clubs interested in Kane is Erik ten Hag’s Man United, who remain very keen on England’s all-time record goalscorer.

The 29-year-old has been linked with United since his early days at Tottenham and it seems the hierarchy are now ready to make it happen.

According to The Mirror, United are in full support of ten Hag, who wants Kane this summer.

United’s hierarchy are hoping a bid of £80m would be enough to convince Tottenham to sell the player at the end of the season.

However, the Red Devils could even negotiate a lower feee due to Kane’s expiring contract with one year left.

Ten Hag wants United to win the race ahead of other clubs and sign Kane.

MySportDab understands that Kane won’t rule out leaving Spurs this summer, as he looks to win a trophy in his professional career.

United are the most viable options for the England captain and they only recent won the Carabao Cup

Also, The 29-year-old made history by becoming England’s all-time top goalscorer with 54 goals ahead of Wayne Rooney.

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