Harry Kane still wants a move to Manchester United, but chairman Daniel Levy is silent.
Kane’s form needs no introduction. He is one of the most consistent strikers in the world and has been Tottenham Hotspur’s “ace” for nearly a decade. He’s won multiple goalscorer’s awards, and his stats as Tottenham’s all-time leading scorer and English Premier League (EPL)’s all-time leading scorer show just how good he is. 안전놀이터
But despite his stellar personal record, his trophy cabinet is collecting dust. He didn’t lift a single major trophy during his time at Tottenham. In between, he had his chances, but his best finish was ‘runner-up’.
Little by little, the desire to win increased. As he grew older, Kane felt a little ‘impatient’ and pushed for a move to quench his thirst for trophies. In fact, he was contacted by Manchester City in the summer of 2021 and negotiations were progressing. However, Levy’s stubbornness stood in the way of the deal. He demanded a huge fee for Kane, and City balked. In the end, the deal didn’t happen.
In the years that followed, Kane continued to perform well. In the 2022-23 season, Manchester United, Real Madrid, Paris Saint-Germain (PSG), Bayern Munich, and Newcastle United were all interested in him.
United were the favorites. The Red Devils were looking for a striker after letting Cristiano Ronaldo go, and Kane seemed to fit the bill. With only one year left on his contract, it was also time for Tottenham to consider selling Kane, and they were open to a move.
However, Levy took a ‘no sale’ stance, making it clear that he would not sell his ace to a rival in the same league. United eventually withdrew their interest in Kane. Subsequent rumors of a move to Real have also been put to rest due to Levy’s unreasonable transfer fee demands.
For now, it looks like he’s staying at Tottenham. However, Kane is still keen on a move. “Kane is still keen on a move to United and hopes Levy will ease his mind,” the Daily Mail reported.
United have every reason to turn their attention back to Kane. They have identified Norway’s Rasmus Hojlund as a possible replacement for Kane, but his club Atalanta are demanding £80 million. With such a young and unproven resource, United are reluctant to invest this amount. 메이저사이트추천
However, Levy is a silent partner. According to the Daily Mail’s Chris Wheeler, Levy hasn’t budged on his insistence on keeping Kane, even if he leaves next season as a free agent, and hasn’t even budgeted for striker reinforcements.