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Finally £150m Star to Join Ole Gunnar After His Club Set To Miss Out on Champions League Next Season

Manchester United are chasing the signing for Haaland and Sancho. The two have been slapped with heavy price tags. With both players been allowed to exit BVB for £154m and £108m respectively. But with the Corona virus pandemic. Taking centre stage as far as financial constraints are concerned.

There is no chance Manchester United will sign any of the two players for such figures. And now Manchester United have been up and running. For some alternative players to replace highly rated BVB players.

Now Spurs have been financially struggling for the reasons best known by all football clubs. And now there is a big concern for Spurs chief Levy. That if Spurs miss out on champions league football next season. Possibility of losing there best players is very high.

And as per the Daily Mail, Harry Kane would want to join, Manchester United or Manchester City in the summer. These is after Tottenham don't qualify for champions league football next season. Harry would want to play champions league football next season.

The 27 year old England captain however is well aware of his age and time running out. And would want to win trophies in his career. With Spurs already struggling to qualify for champions league through direct qualification. As well as having been dropped out of Europa league competition earlier.

There very minimal chances he will be at Spurs next season. But Manchester United and City despite being favoured by Harry. As he wishes to stick with premier league football. They face a stiff competition from PSG. Where former Spurs boss trades his tactics now.

The French giants would want to replace Kylian with Harry. If the Frenchman do leave for his immediate suitors Real Madrid. As at the moment he's not in a hurry to sign a new contract at PSG. Harry has a price tag worthy £150m as per the Mirror.

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