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Harry Kane “will not push” for Tottenham exit despite Manchester United desire



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Harry Kane will reportedly not push for an exit from Tottenham Hotspur this summer, despite his team still seeing Manchester United as a viable option.

Manchester United started this summer transfer window by pursuing Harry Kane, however, their interest was eventually ended after Tottenham Hotspur named their transfer asks.

Chairman Daniel Levy stated to United that they want in excess of £100 million for the striker, but more importantly, that they would refuse any attempt of an English club to sign Kane.

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Kane’s potential move to Manchester City two seasons ago ultimately fell through after Tottenham held firm, despite Kane refusing to train for a number of days to try and push through the move.

This summer, Erik ten Hag and Bayern Munich have been the two clubs most interested in signing the player, and it has now been said that despite this interest, Kane will not push to leave Tottenham.

This is according to Dan Kilpatrick from the Evening Standard, who says that although Kane is keeping an open mind about leaving Tottenham either this summer or next on a free contract, he will not push for a move.

On the topic of Kane, Jan Aage Fjørtoft has explained that Kane’s team still view Manchester United as a viable destination for the England captain, despite the current dynamic.

It has been previously reported that Kane sees United as his ideal destination, although this may become complicated considering that the Manchester club are pushing to sign Rasmus Højlund from Atalanta as their new No. 1 striker option.