Manchester United are reportedly confident that they are aware of the fee Tottenham Hotspur would reluctantly accept for star striker, Harry Kane.
A chronic lack of goals has hampered United’s ability to keep pace with their main rivals this season, with only Fulham scoring fewer than their 56 goals among teams currently in the top half of the table.
While Marcus Rashford has enjoyed a prolific campaign, United’s failure to adequately replace Cristiano Ronaldo has proven detrimental to their aspirations.
Although United brought in Wout Weghorst on loan in January, he has proved unsuitable for the team’s needs. Additionally, Anthony Martial’s recurring fitness issues have hindered his contributions, leading to his expected departure in the summer following an incident at Bournemouth last weekend.
United has previously pursued Kane, and there is a growing belief that, with just over a year remaining on his contract and no progress made in negotiations for a new deal, Daniel Levy, might finally decide to cash in on their talisman in the coming months.
According to reports from the Daily Mail, United is of the opinion that a bid of £100 million would be sufficient to persuade Spurs to part ways with their captain, allowing him to join Ten Hag’s revolution at Old Trafford.
The possibility of Harry Kane leaving us this summer really cannot be ignored.