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Harry Kane to Man Utd

Premier League side Tottenham Hotspur might be forced to sell Harry Kane during the summer transfer window, in the hopes to suffer minimal financial damage.

A report by Football Insider claims: “A blockbuster Tottenham player sale is “inevitable” this summer even if the team secure a place in next season’s Champions League, Football Insider has been told.

“Chairman Daniel Levy predicted when the last annual report was published in November that Spurs will lose an “irrecoverable” £150million this season if the stadium remains shut to fans.

“A Tottenham source has told Football Insider that fans should be prepared for at least one big-money sale in the next window irrespective of whether the club finish in the top four and secure a place in the lucrative Champions League.”

Where will Harry Kane end up next season?

Harry Kane is one of the best centre-forwards in world football right now and if he’s available in the transfer market then a lot of clubs will try and sign him.

Man United wanted to bring him on board last summer but Spurs refused to sell him that time. But if Daniel Levy is ready to part ways with Kane at the end of the current season then Man United will once again come sniffing.

Apart from Man United, Man City are also looking for a long-term replacement to Sergio Aguero and they could be another club who could try and make a genuine effort in trying to sign the England international.


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Both Man City and Man United have the financial power to sign someone like Harry Kane and if money is what Daniel Levy is after then these two Manchester sides could be amongst the favourites.

La Liga side Real Madrid is another club who have been previously linked with Harry Kane and Zinedine Zidane could lure the forward out of England and into the Spanish top division.

Spurs will obviously not want to part ways with their most prized possession but if they suffer financial damages worth £150million then there’s no other way but to put Harry Kane up for sale in the summer.

Kane will have a plethora of choices but he will definitely want to join a side where has the chance of winning the most silverwares.

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