Tottenham make major Harry Kane decision dealing a major blow to Man United’s pursuit of the player

Tottenham make major Harry Kane decision dealing a major blow to Man United’s pursuit of the player

In light of Manchester United’s interest, Tottenham has already concluded that they will not contemplate releasing Harry Kane to a Premier League rival in the summer.

Harry Kane’s future at Tottenham has been decisively decided, despite recent intense speculation about a mega-transfer to Manchester United.

Given that Kane, 29, has an uncertain long-term future, he is expected to be in high demand in the upcoming months.

It is uncertain whether or not a new contract will be reached before the England captain’s current one ends in 2024.

As a result, the summer transfer window of the following year may be Tottenham’s last chance to sell their talisman. If Tottenham were to make Kane available, a number of top teams would likely be interested in signing him. 

After losing Cristiano Ronaldo at the beginning of the year, Manchester United is anticipated to be looking for a replacement for No. 9, and a summer transfer for Kane has already received significant attention.

Tottenham, according to The Times, have decided that it is not practical to trade their star striker to a top-flight competitor.

Kane was eager to leave the club 18 months ago and angled for a move to the Premier League champions in the summer of 2021.

On Sunday, during Tottenham’s 1-0 victory over Manchester City, he surpassed the late, great Jimmy Greaves to become the club’s all-time leading scorer.

Kane still harbors hopes to win significant trophies, so even if he has subsequently said he would be open to contract negotiations, his position may change if the Spurs’ season falters in the near future.

The Londoners have struggled at times this season under Antonio Conte, whose own future is also up in the air. Nevertheless, they are still in the running to return to the Champions League.

Kane’s plans to surpass Alan Shearer’s all-time Premier League goalscoring mark may be hampered by Tottenham’s reluctance to work with a league rival.

Kane, who has 200 Premier League goals, broke Greaves’ Tottenham record at the weekend. He now has his sights set on surpassing Shearer, who scored 260 league goals before hanging up his boots in 2006.

Manchester United will need to change its transfer goals before the current season if Kane can be persuaded to stay at Tottenham or if the club maintains its position of refusing to negotiate with a domestic competitor.

Erik ten Hag has had a significant influence since being hired in the summer, but his team is lacking in offensive alternatives, so he plans to add a top-tier No. 9 during the upcoming transfer window.

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