Manchester United are interested in a summer move for Tottenham striker Harry Kane, according to the Daily Mail.
The report claims the England captain is open to joining United with Red Devils chiefs already exploring a move for Kane in the summer.
The 29-year-old enters the final 12 months of his Spurs contract at the end of the season, but reportedly there is negativity about Tottenham’s chances of persuading him to sign a new deal.
The report also claims Spurs are set to place a minimum £85m price tag on Kane, who is also a target for Bayern Munich and Real Madrid.
Kane has scored 15 goals in 20 Premier League games this season.
This tally puts him behind only Erling Haaland in the golden boot race this season.
However, Kane fits the profile of striker Ten Hag likes to have leading the line.
He is robust and is able to contribute in possession by dropping deep and spreading the play – something he has combined with Son Heung-Min for on a record-breaking number of times in the Prem.
The lack of progress at Spurs has left Kane frustrated, and there is consequently a negative feeling regarding a new deal for him.
And with the added factor of Spurs’ Champions League status looking more and more precarious by the week as opposed to United’s strengthening hand, it could be a decisive factor.
But chairman Daniel Levy will not allow Kane to leave on the cheap.