Harry Kane is the most sought player in the transfer market currently. His numbers in front of the goal are second to none.
Manchester City, Chelsea, and Manchester United have all been linked with the Spurs striker. This comes after Olivier Giroud and Sergio Aguero departed Chelsea and City respectively while United has been shy in front of the goal.
According to Football Insider Manchester United is leading in the race to sign Harry Kane. It is reported that the new boss Nuno Espirito has laid out his conditions of inclusion of two United players and cash for a swap to be considered.
The players wanted by Nuno are Jesse Lingard who has been in West Ham on loan and Anthony Martial who will be directly impacted by Kane's arrival.
Spurs chief Daniel Levy is keen to keep the star man but his desire to leave and compete for trophies is giving United the edge.
Time will tell if these transfers will be sanctioned. Stay tuned for more updates regarding these transfers.
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