Harry Kane has made a shock push for a move to Manchester United, MySportDab reports.
The prolific England and Tottenham all-time top scorer is ready to leave Tottenham Hotspur due to lack of European football next season.
According to the Sun, Harry Kane wants to seal a deal with Manchester United in the summer and is ready to exit Tottenham to play Champions League football next season.
However, Tottenham Chairman, Daniel Levy is still insisting on holding onto the England forward despite interests from other clubs.
The report adds Daniel Levy will face the risk of losing Harry Kane next season on a free transfer should he try to hold on to the player.
Kane wants Manchester United move but if not allowed to join the Old Trafford club this summer, he will not agree a new deal with Tottenham and will exhaust his remaining one season with the club.
He still has one year remaining in his contract with Spurs and the club could cashed in on interest milling around the player or risk losing him in a free transfer next season.
Manchester United have now received a big boost in their chase to land the England goal-poacher with reports he is not interested in a move away from the Premier League.
Bayern Munich and PSG were among the clubs in the race to sign Harry Kane but it has now been narrowed down to Manchester United.
Erik Ten Hag has been a strong fan of Harry Kane and has registered his interest in signing the 29-year-old to partner Marcus Rashford in the attack.
Harry Kane has rolled back Tottenham’s Premier League nightmare this term to score 30 goals for the club.
He is regarded as one of the most prolific Premier League strikers and is second on the 2022/23 Premier League top scorers chart with 30 goals behind Erling Haaland of Manchester City, who has 36 goals.
Manchester United are also lining up moves for other forwards should the Harry Kane move doesn’t go through.
Portugal and Benfica forward, Goncalo Ramos is on the club’s transfer radar in the summer.
Nigeria international and Napoli forward Victor Osimhen is also a prime target for the club this summer, including Eintract Frankfurt’s Randal Kolo Muani.