Man United have been struck by a new blow in their hunt to land their top transfer target this summer, as Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is unwilling to sell Harry Kane to a Premier League rival.
Spurs remain hopeful of keeping their star striker, but United have set their sights on the England captain to fill their void in the number nine position.
Spurs unwilling to do transfer business with Man United
However, recent reports in the Mirror have claimed that Spurs are determined to resist selling Kane to Man United. The decision not to sell by Levy will see Tottenham run the risk of losing the England captain on a free transfer next summer.
The Red Devils are reportedly willing to pay $100 million to land their top summer target, as they desperately look to secure the services of an out-and-out number nine.
But, the club has approached the signing with caution, having fallen short of landing top targets after summer-long sagas in recent seasons. If Kane is to leave Spurs this year, he will likely need to force through the move to Old Trafford.