Six weeks are remaining until the official closing of the summer transfer window which has started gaining momentum after the Euro 2020 showdown.
As the new season is drawing closer, top players are expected to make moves to top clubs in big money moves.
Manchester United have already signed two players with more expected to follow suit as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer eyes for trophies.
Several top English Premier league clubs are in desperate need of a top striker who will lead their front line to scoring goals.
According to reliable sources close to Manchester United and Daily Mail Sports news reports, Harry Kane is eagerly waiting for Manchester United to submit their offer ahead of a potential move.
The reports claim that both the player and Spurs boards are waiting for Manchester United to join Manchester City in the race to sign the English striker.
Manchester City were previously speculated to have submitted a £160 million bid for Harry Kane, however, we are expecting a bidding war for the player.
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