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Report – Mourinho and Solskjaer row ends all hope of Kane moving to Manchester United
By Bruce Grove -

Jose Mourinho and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s row in Spurs recent game against Manchester United has ended United’s slim hopes of signing Harry Kane.

The England captain looks set to leave north London in the summer if Spurs fail to achieve Champions League football (SkySports).

Tottenham is unwilling to sell him and will not listen to offers from a Premier League rival (Mirror)

Nevertheless, he has continued to be linked with a move to Manchester United and Manchester City.

City would like to replace Sergio Aguero with the Englishman, but United has a long-standing interest in his signature and the Red Devils may feel this is the right time to get their man.

The striker also has interest from teams around the world, including Real Madrid and PSG, but remaining in England might be his first choice.

United has the financial power to sign him, but they know it is always tough to negotiate with Daniel Levy.

Their chance of signing him has now been obliterated after the recent row between Mourinho and Solskjaer, according to Sun Sports.

Michael Carrick and Dimitar Berbatov are two players who have moved from Spurs to United in the Premier League era, but Kane will not join that list, according to the report. 

It seems that the Spurs hierarchy were not impressed with United’s antics and treatment of Son Heing-min and have no intentions of dealing with them in the summer.

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Cali
Cali
6 months ago

Kane will never go Man United I hope as I always say you never say never we have no business with them if he wants to stay in the PL City is the only logic team we can allow him otherwise PSG, Madrid , Barcelona or may be may be Juventus

MitchellThomas
MitchellThomas
6 months ago

1 x Milk Cup win
1 x 2nd place in the League
3 x losing Finalists (Champions League and Milk Cup x2)

Are you not entertained?

Excepting 2008, the above does not constitute success.
Beating Ajax in a Semi Final does not make us less Spursy, it makes us more so. All that effort and we didn’t win the final!

The reason ’91 was so joyful was we beat ‘them’ in the Semi and then won the FA Cup.

Playing scintillating football for 3 years under Poch is lovely. Winning a trophy is true success and far more joyful.

When you know, you know. Y’know?

James McKevitt
James McKevitt
6 months ago

Who knows, money talks. I think more than winning the Carabao Cup what might carry more weight with Harry is how England fare in the Euros.

An England triumph and captained by Harry might be enough to keep him for one more year at least.

Richard David Bernard Taylor
Richard David Bernard Taylor
6 months ago
Reply to  James McKevitt

Possibly, but I remember Alan Ball leaving Blackpool for Everton just after we won the World Cup. Mind you, Spurs are a different kettle of fish (we hope!) from Blackpool!

Richard David Bernard Taylor
Richard David Bernard Taylor
6 months ago

Ball went for £110,000, second highest transfer fee paid by a British club at the time, the record then being the £115,000 paid to Torino by Man Utd for Denis Law, which remained the most expensive for about five or six years! Until we paid Southampton £125,000 for Martin Chivers.

Richard David Bernard Taylor
Richard David Bernard Taylor
6 months ago

Actually, mentioning Blackpool reminds me of more Spursy moments. In mid October we entertained Blackpool at WHL; we were top of the table and Blackpool were bottom but we contrived to lose 3-1! A couple of weeks later, during what was becoming a bad run, we lost 1-0 at home to the Villa. Villa and Blackpool went on to be relegated that season and we eventually finished third just four points behind that season’s champions, Man Utd!

Richard David Bernard Taylor
Richard David Bernard Taylor
6 months ago

I forgot to mention the season above: it was 1966-67 and we lifted the FA Cup for the fifth time that season.

James McKevitt
James McKevitt
6 months ago

First All London FA Cup Final.

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