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Man Utd could move for Kane to avoid their biggest fear coming to pass
By Bruce Grove -

Manchester United could move for Harry Kane in this summer’s transfer window because they fear losing him.

The Tottenham striker has been on their radar for a long time now and they feel that the time is right for them to move for him.

Kane has been scoring the goals that Tottenham needs since he broke into their team.

However, it hasn’t been enough to help them end their 13-year trophy drought.

This summer is important for him as he approaches the peak of his career.

If he doesn’t move now, he would probably never get to leave Spurs and that means he has gambled on not winning trophies his entire career.

Ian McGarry of the Transfer Window podcast says United will likely move for him when the transfer window reopens because they fear he could end up at another club if they don’t.

McGarry said: “They believe that if they don’t move for him this summer, they may lose him to another club, because Kane himself is at a crossroads in his career where he feels he probably needs to leave Spurs if he’s going to win the biggest trophies in the game.”

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Tappaspur
Tappaspur
1 month ago

Why would Kane leave Tottenham to join man u? Man city yes but man u? He’d be better off staying here if you ask me. If I were Kane and wanted to leave Tottenham I’d be heading straight for bayern
I’ll tell you something for nothing, Kane wouldn’t join another London club. I still believe he’ll be a one club man

Last edited 1 month ago by Tappaspur
Harry Hotspur
1 month ago
Reply to  Tappaspur

He will never ever win anything at Tottenham, That’s why.

Big Mal
Big Mal
1 month ago

‘If he doesn’t move now, he would probably never get to leave Spurs’. This comment makes absolutely no sense. Why is it now or never? Clubs may not have the budget to buy him now but they are more likely to have the budget when income starts increasing again. What’s more he is more likely to leave when he has just 1 or 2 years left on his contract rather than 3.

Mike
Mike
1 month ago

What would it say about Solskjaer if Manure win nothing WITH Kane?