Manchester United have ended their chase for England international Harry Kane after being priced out of the move by Tottenham Hotspur.
Kane was considered to be United’s top summer transfer target before the start of the summer window. However, the Red Devils have been given no encouragement that their Premier League rivals will sell their top star.
Man United no longer in market for Kane
Erik ten Hag was keen to add Kane to his United squad this summer, but the Red Devils have canceled their raid on Spurs following the unrealistic package that it would take to attain the England captain.
The Dutchman was reportedly disappointed that United wasn’t able to make a deal happen, but The Guardian has claimed that ten Hag understands that the club can’t exceed their valuation of the 29-year-old.
The Red Devils have been examining other striking options this summer, with a move for Rasmus Hojlund among their top options. Latest reports have also claimed that the Red Devils may become interested in making a move for PSG want-away star Kylian Mbappe.