Tottenham Chairman Daniel Levy is refusing to sell star asset Harry Kane to Manchester United according to reports today.
According to the Spanish newspaper MARCA, Real Madrid are planning a $86m bid for the England captain soon with Manchester United still keen on the Premier League’s second-placed all-time top goalscorer.
Harry Kane still wanted by Premier League giants
Kane, 30 next month, is out of contract at Tottenham in 12 months’ time and will be able to leave as a free agent but despite this Chairman Daniel Levy will not allow the forward to leave for Spurs’ Premier League rivals United in the close season.
As reported yesterday, United are preparing a backup alternative to their number one choice Kane, with Atalanta forward Rasmus Hojlund being lined up this summer.