Well, as we near the summer transfer window we look forward to another fun filled time of speculation and hope in the world of Manchester United transfers and there is no bigger over the past few days that of Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane.
Kane has reportedly indicated that he would be open to joining Manchester United when this season comes to a close with Tottenham.
The England international, who recently stated that he would not stay at Tottenham “for the sake of it”, is also believed to be wanted by a number of clubs around the World, including Spanish giants Real Madrid.
Taking a splash page in today’s Daily Mail, it is Tottenham Hotspur’s rivals Manchester United who are reportedly leading the way for his signature as they work behind the scenes on tempting Harry Kane to make the switch to Old Trafford, one that is rumoured to well above £100m.
Harry Kane has been side-lined since the 1st January 2020 with a hamstring injury, but was playing well with 11 goals in his 20 Premier League appearances thus far.
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Another name that is constantly linked with Manchester United, is Sancho and fans think he may have dropped a hint on his Instagram this weekend to a both to Old Trafford.
The England international boasts a combined 55 Bundesliga goals in the past two seasons and is rumoured to be torn between a move to United and Real Madrid.
Sancho teased on social media at the weekend that United are his next club of choice when replying to a fan’s question.
Asked to “sip water if your joining united”, the 20-year-old did exactly that by reaching for his bottled drink and taking a gulp.
Sancho, recently hailed as a “great player” by Marcus Rashford, is supposedly valued in the region of £100m by Dortmund.
Current loan signing Ighalo has various speculations over his head regarding a permanent switch to Old Trafford.
However, despite acknowledging that it is an option, Ighalo does not want to make any decisions until a date is set for the end of the 2019/20 Premier League season.
Speaking to journalist Juliet Bauwah, Ighalo said:
“I’m on loan until the end of the season, which has not expired. Now it’s for us to finish the season very well, I do well, score more goals, if possible, then after the season we’ll see what’s on the table.
“But, for now, the season is still on. Even for me, as a person, you can’t start talking about the contract when you don’t know when the season is going to resume. So there’s no need to talk about that, it’s just finish the season and then see how it goes.”
Since his January arrival, Ighalo has become a fan favourite both on and off the pitch.