Rob DawsonCorrespondent3 minutes of reading
Spurs owner Joe Louis has told chairman Daniel Levy that he is not ready to let Kane leave the club on a free next summer and that the England captain will either sign a new deal or move this transfer window.
According to sourcesKane, who has a year left on his contract, has already decided not to extend his deal.
A deal to bring Kane to Old Trafford is still not impossible and Atalanta’s Rasmus Hojland Eintracht Frankfurt’s Randall Kolo Muani and others are considered more achievable targets.
Tottenham have rejected two bids from Bayern Munich, but the 29-year-old remains their summer target.
Sources have told ESPN that United will not extend Spurs’ £100m valuation. They are monitoring the situation, knowing that Levy will have to make offers, despite concerns that Kane’s wage demands will be prohibitive.
Despite difficulties in getting a deal done with Tottenham, Kane would go abroad if he did, and he is Erik ten Haag’s first choice.
Ten Hag want to land a striker before the deadline, but the budget is tight after signings from Chelsea and Mason Mount. Andre Onana From Inter.
United’s striker shortage was highlighted in them 2-0 When winger Jadon Sancho was deployed as a No.9 against Arsenal in New Jersey on Saturday.
Sancho got on the scoresheet at the MetLife Stadium, but Ten Haag felt another goalscorer was essential before the start of the new season.
Anthony Martial is with the squad in the US but is yet to qualify to train with the team.
Martial missed the FA Cup final in June with a hamstring injury and will return to training on Sunday when United move their camp to San Diego.