Manchester United has been eyeing landing at least one complete forward, and they have been looking at the possibility of getting Tottenham Hotspurs forward Harry Kane as the permanent replacement for Lukaku. Reports by Sky Sport have however revealed that their noisy rivals city has launched an ambitious $100 million for the forward.
According to the news outlet, this will complicate United's transfer plans as they will have to go looking elsewhere else should Kane chose City over United.
Elsewhere, United's offered a fair offer for Borussia Dortmund star Jodon Sancho, this new offer is likely to impress the German outfit into the deal as they look into raising money for the summer transfer.
United have also been boosted with the news about Real Madrid and French defender Raphael Verane and Sergio Ramos, the two stars are believed to be on their way to Old Trafford and this would be an impressive and one of the kind transfer under the United transfer history.
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