Kane to become a Red Devil?

Kane to become a Red Devil?

Tottenham forward and top scorer in the history of the club, Harry Kane, is on the radar of Manchester United, who want to increase their attacking potential! Will the Red Devils make a deal with Spurs boss Daniel Levy, who is notoriously tough?

For the tenth season in a row, Harry Kane is a true symbol of Tottenham and the creator of their latest success on the football field. In total, the 29-year-old striker has scored 270 goals for the Spurs and definitely does not plan to stop there. However, will Harry find the motivation to continue playing for the club from North London? No matter what comfort zone he is in, but zero in the “trophies” column is very disappointing.

A few years ago, Manchester City were seriously interested in Kane, as they were looking for a top-class forward at that time. The player himself, it would seem, agreed to a move under Josep Guardiola, but in the end decided to stay at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. And it’s his loss, because since that moment the Cityzens have become champions of the Premier League twice, while the best result of the Spurs is the fourth position in the 2021/22 season.

And in the summer of 2022, the England striker could move to Bayern. Munich just lost their striker Robert Lewandowski and urgently were looking for a replacement for him. And again, the transfer of Kane fell through – Die Roten preferred the 29-year-old Senegalese player, Sadio Mane. It is unlikely that the Munich giants made a serious mistake, since English football players very rarely show themselves well outside of the Albion. But Harry's entire career takes place exclusively at home.

And now, there are news about the interest of Kane from Manchester United. The club, which under the leadership of ten Hag has reached a new level of development, has already won the League Cup, and is also considered the main contender for success in the Europa League. For Harry, the Red Devils are willing to pay £100m, even at the cost of selling several of their performers. There are enough wing attackers in the Mancunians' roster, but they don't have a decent attack tip. Yes, Manchester United will have difficulties with the registration of Kane's transfer, but the end of this campaign will decide everything.

If Spurs finish outside the Champions League spot, then there is no reason for Kane to stay in North London - he will go to any lengths for a change of scenery. In this case, the bosses of Tottenham will be forced to sell him, and Manchester United will definitely spare no money for the striker. Kane achieved everything in his home club, became its living legend, so his departure without high-profile scandals is unlikely to affect the reputation of the football player - one of the best English forwards of our time.