Manchester United have confirmed there second place in the premier league these season. Despite a one all draw against Fulham at Old Trafford. The red's now face Nuno Esposito side. In there last premier league fixture at molineux.
Before they're last very important fixture against Villarreal, in the Europa league finals. However Ole did come out of last night draw with some hefty injury price to pay. With both Fred and Scott all picking up important injuries.
And striker as well as a centre back to partner Harry Maguire. And news of Harry Kane handing in a transfer request. To Spurs was a welcoming one despite. Ole having secured the services of Cavani for another one more year.
And now according to Daily mail, via The Sun, Manchester United. Are prepared to offer Harry Kane £300,000 per week wages. On a five year deal which will see him take home £70,000, more than his salary at Spurs.
However Manchester United have stiff competition on the latter. From there neighbour's who are looking to replace departing veteran Sergio Aguero. With other reports indicating that Spurs recruitment team.
Have thought of Jesus or Martial as possible makeweights. For Harry Kane whose price tag is rumoured to be at £150m. While with the covid-19 restrictions there is no chance any club will meet the price.
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