Harry Kane open to Tottenham Hotspur contract extension amid Manchester United interest
The England international is in the final 18 months of his deal at N17 and could leave as a free agent in the summer of 2024 if he doesn’t pen an extension. Or, there is the prospect of a summer transfer to Manchester United.
The Red Devils’ need for a striker is evident. They’ve signed Wout Weghorst on a six-month loan spell for the time being but could be in the market this summer to find a more long-term option at centre-forward.
He is likely to want assurances over the club’s ambitions given this could be his last big deal at the club. At the age of 29, he certainly isn’t getting any younger and doesn’t have forever to win his first trophy in football.
To win our first trophy since the 2008 EFL Cup, everything has to be working in tandem. There has to be stability in the managerial department and a team that is balanced across the field.
We have come close to winning trophies but have fallen at the last hurdle too often. One of the most important aspects of such a trophy charge would be to have your best players on board.
If Kane was to leave Spurs, it would be a massive headache for the team to find a replacement for a player who brings guaranteed goals. He is one goal away from reaching Jimmy Greaves’ goal-scoring record for Tottenham.
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You just cannot guarantee that level of lethality and consistency in the Premier League no matter how much money you throw in the transfer market. Hopefully, Spurs put forth an offer that he can’t refuse and one that makes it clear to Manchester United that Kane isn’t for sale.