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Harry Kane is said to be Manchester United’s number one forward of choice



Harry Kane is said to be Manchester United's number one forward of choice

Harry Kane is taking his time with his future decision. ManUnited should promote advertising for the goalscorer.

Speculations about the future of England international Harry Kane (29) from Tottenham Hotspur are picking up speed. The striker, who is also traded as a newcomer at FC Bayern, is, according to information from the Guardians Transfer candidate number one at the English record champions Manchester United.

Also the Daily Mail reports on the interest of the Red Devils. She also writes that Kane will sit down with Tottenham boss Daniel Levy after this season and only then make a decision about his future.

Kane’s contract with Tottenham expires in 2024. His club would like to extend, but so far the effort has not been crowned with success. Former Premier League stars Thierry Henry and Jamie Carragher, in their capacity as TV pundits, fueled farewell rumors surrounding the north London captain after the Champions League defeat by Milan midweek.

“If I were him, I would be gone in the summer,” said Henry, for example CBS Sports and stated that Kane has not yet won a major title. Carragher made a similar statement, citing ManUnited as the only viable option Kanes. Ex-City defender Micah Richards brought Bayern into the conversation.

Harry Kane: Change to Bayern?

Indeed, for months United and Bayern have been considered the most likely options should Kane decide to leave Tottenham in the summer. With Cristiano Ronaldo and Robert Lewandowski, both clubs lost their regular top scorer and decided not to bring in a well-known replacement for the time being.

Bayern sports director Hasan Salihamidzic said last weekend sky when asked what Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting’s new contract had to do with Kane: “Nothing, that’s nonsense.” He then explained to the Tottenham star: “That’s not our consideration at all. First of all, we extended Choupo. I hope that he continues the same way, keeps scoring goals and then we’ll see.” According to the ex-professional, he cannot yet say what will happen in the summer.

On the other hand, Bayern’s Honorary President and Supervisory Board member Uli Hoeneß found clearer words on Thursday. He positioned himself as an opponent of a Kane transfer: “I can imagine that a player will come who costs 100 million euros. But I have expressed my opinion specifically in the case of Kane. He is almost 30 years old. Last year Tottenham City rejected an offer of 160 million euros. That’s why I said it wasn’t a transfer for Bayern.”

That was his “private opinion,” Hoeneß continued. “I’m one of nine board members and if the other eight say he’ll be bought, then he’ll be bought. We live in a democracy.”

Kane made 37 competitive appearances for Tottenham this season, netting 20 and providing four assists. He has been his club’s record goalscorer for a few weeks and now has a total of 268 goals for Spurs.