“Manchester United have made Harry Kane, 29, of Tottenham Hotspur, their top target for the summer transfer window,” the British media outlet ‘The Guardian’ reported on July 25 (KST), adding, “Spurs have one year left on Kane’s contract but are holding out for a €100 million (KRW 142.5 billion) transfer fee.”
Kane is the most expensive striker in the summer transfer market. Kane is the second highest scorer in the English Premier League (PL) 토토사이트 with 28 goals in the 2022-23 season. Even when Tottenham were in a slump, he was still able to do his job, leading the Spurs attack with his sharp shooting and intelligent passing.
Parting ways is getting closer. Kane’s contract with Tottenham ends in 2024. There is no news of a renewal yet. At this rate, Tottenham could lose Kane to free agency. This summer’s transfer window is effectively their last chance to sell Kane and collect a transfer fee. Meanwhile, chairman Daniel Levy is sticking to his guns on a high transfer fee. Multiple outlets, including The Guardian, have reported a €100 million price tag for Kane.
A possible next destination has also emerged. Manchester United, who are looking to bolster their defense under Louis van Gaal. The Red Devils have secured their UEFA Champions League (UCL) spot for next season. Now they have their sights set on the title. The Red Devils are looking to add a striker to their squad.
Expect a fierce transfer battle. Spanish giants Real Madrid are also seriously considering a move for Kane, according to Football España. The Spanish giants have their main man Karim Benzema, 35, but he’s entering his twilight years and they want to bring in another striker. “Real Madrid have been targeting Elling Holland (22, Manchester City) for a long time,” the outlet said, “but there is no guarantee that they can get Holland from City. Kane might be a better bet.”
Real Madrid are expected to spend big in the summer transfer window. According to the media, Real Madrid are also close to finalizing the signing of Jude Bellingham (19, Borussia Dortmund). Bellingham’s transfer fee is reportedly £100 million ($163.7 billion).