Premier League club are going to explore deal to sign Harry Kane this summer  | OneFootball

Premier League club are going to explore deal to sign Harry Kane this summer  | OneFootball

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·27 February 2024

Premier League club are going to explore deal to sign Harry Kane this summer 

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Manchester United are reportedly interested in signing former Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane this summer.

Harry Kane is enjoying an exceptional campaign on an individual level after leaving Tottenham over the summer.


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Spurs’ all-time top goalscorer has netted 31 goals in as many appearances for Bayern Munich this season.

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But with Thomas Tuchel’s men currently eight points behind league leaders Bayer Leverkusen, there is a real possibility Kane will end the season without major silverware.

Tuchel is also set to depart at the end of the season and HITC Football reports that Kane is viewed as the ‘ideal option’ at United as they search for a new striker.

Manchester United set to explore Kane deal

United held an interest in signing Kane over the summer before he left Spurs to join Bayern, HITC Football reports.

And while the Premier League giants know a deal to sign the striker would be difficult, they believe it isn’t impossible.

Indeed, it’s noted that Sir Jim Ratcliffe and INEOS rarely take no for an answer and will explore the possibility of landing the England captain.

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It would be a huge surprise to see Kane move back to England just a year after leaving the Premier League.

If Bayern miss out on silverware this season, you’d imagine that Kane would be even more determined to make his switch to Germany a success.

Nevertheless, United are clearly keen to explore the idea of signing our former talisman and it would be a bitter pill to swallow to see him playing at Old Trafford in the future.

Many Spurs supporters still hope to see Kane back at the club in the future and chasing down Alan Shearer’s record in Lilywhite.

Whether or not that becomes a reality remains to be seen. But we certainly hope Kane avoids a move to a Premier League rival.

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