Harry Kane still appears to want to leave Tottenham Hotspur.
According to a report in the Daily Mail, the England international wants Manchester United to sign him. If Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy sets a transfer fee of less than £100 million ($163.9 million) for Kane, he hopes United will make an offer. This could be interpreted as an indication that he wants to leave Tottenham if possible. 메이저놀이터
Kane’s contract with Tottenham ends next summer. It’s time for him to decide whether he wants to re-sign or move on. If he stays put, Tottenham will have to let him go a year later without a transfer fee. With a market value of €90 million ($126.5 million), this would be a foolish decision. That’s not to say that Kane is actively looking to re-sign. It’s more likely that he wants to find a new team and challenge for a championship.
There are teams that definitely want Kane. Manchester United are in need of a striker. The Red Devils had a 2% deficit in offense last season due to the lack of a frontline striker. The addition of Kane would upgrade the entire offense. In many ways, Kane is at the right time for a move.
The problem is Levy’s attitude. Levy has set a price tag of £100 million for Kane. Kane is a good enough player, and he’s one of the best in the world at the striker position, but he was born in 1993 and is about to turn 30. Not many teams would spend £100 million to sign a player over 30. Even for the Red Devils, that’s a lot of money, which is why they’re looking to sign Rasmus Højlund (Atalanta) instead of Kane.
According to the Daily Mail, United are willing to sit down at the table with Tottenham for around £80 million. This would be a fair price to pay for Kane. The Red Devils are willing to pay a lot of money for a striker, but they’re also willing to take less risk by signing a proven player. 오래된토토사이트
In the end, Levy holds the key. The key will be how flexible Levy is in his “backroom” negotiations. If Tottenham can’t re-sign Kane, they might as well sell him for a transfer fee. There’s no way Levy doesn’t know that.