Manchester United 'are ready to sanction £90m bid for Harry Kane'

Manchester United ‘are ready to sanction £90m bid for Harry Kane’ with the Glazer family ‘keen to dampen anger from fans by landing the Tottenham forward this summer’

  • Man United will make their move to sign Harry Kane this summer, reports claim
  • The Red Devils want to lodge a £90m bid for the Spurs star to quash fan fury 
  • Supporters have vented their anger at the Glazers over their handling of the ESL
  • But United hope a deal for Kane will dispel animosity aimed at their ownership  

Manchester United are set to lodge a £90million bid for Tottenham talisman Harry Kane this summer in the hope that the mega signing will dispel anger towards the Glazer family’s ownership, according to reports.

United supporters have been venting their anger towards the Americans in recent weeks, with frustration boiling over on Sunday as protests turned ugly before their home game against Liverpool – with a section of fans forcing their way inside Old Trafford and setting off flares and smoke bombs.

The match was postponed after the incident, and the United faithful are adamant that Joel and Avram Glazer should both sell the club after their involvement in the European Super League sparked a string of criticism.

Manchester United are reportedly ready to make a £90m bid for Harry Kane (L) this summer to land a top target for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer (R)

But now the Glazers are plotting a move for Kane in an effort to calm things down, as reported by the Sun, with the Red Devils keen to submit an official offer should the Spurs forward hand in a transfer request. 

Kane has been strongly linked with an exit from north London this summer after another disappointing season saw Spurs quickly slip away from the title race, knocked out of the FA Cup and Europa League and lose to Man City in the Carabao Cup final. 

He has produced arguably his best season in a Spurs shirt – leading the Premier League scoring charts with 21 goals as well as the assists table with 13.

Joel and Avram Glazer – the owners of Manchester United – are keen to dispel anger towards them from their fan base by landing the Spurs striker, reports claim

Supporters have vented their fury at the Americans over their running of the club and their involvement with the failed European Super League 

But the 28-year-old will be desperate to add some silverware to his glistening career so far after admitting he wants to win ‘team trophies’ and not just personal awards.

Kane would be interested in a move to Old Trafford, the report adds, with the England captain top of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s list as he hunts a world-class forward to win him titles – although Spurs chief Daniel Levy is insistent that he will not sell to a Premier League rival.

It will hinge on whether Kane tells Levy he wants out, it goes on, saying Tottenham may be forced into accepting a big offer to allow them to reinvest in the squad given the difficult financial climate.

Kane has been patient at Spurs – spending seven years with the club since making his breakthrough in 2014 – and emerging as one of the top strikers in world football during the same time period. 

Kane has enjoyed one of his best seasons to date with Tottenham but is growing frustrated 

He was left to rue another cup final defeat as Tottenham were brushed aside by Man City in the Carabao Cup showpiece last month

He was the top scorer at the 2018 World Cup and has two Premier League golden boots, but last month he admitted frustration that the club weren’t able to satisfy his desire for trophies. 

‘When I look back at the end of my career, these are all the things I’ll go over and take in a little bit more, but the goal right now as a player is to win team trophies,’ he said after winning player of the year at the London Football Awards.

‘As much as this is great, I want to be winning the biggest team prizes.

‘We’re not quite doing that. It’s bittersweet, but it is what it is.

‘I’m proud to win [Premier League Player of the Year], it’s been a good season on the pitch.’

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