Premier League giants Manchester United appear to be now leading the race to sign Tottenham Hotspurs star striker Harry Kane, with the Red Devils said to have made a promise to the England international ahead of a potential transfer move.
According to the latest reports from Football Expert Duncan Castles (via Transfer Window Podcast), the Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side have informed Kane that they are prepared to compensate him £18million worth of wages that he may lose if he hands in a transfer request to the Lillywhites.
Harry Kane has made it no secret of his desire to leave Tottenham for a more competitive club, with him looking to be one of the best players in the world of football as well as lifting trophies season in, season out and hence, the more reason United are willing to go extra mile to have him at Old Trafford.
However, the Red Devils are not the only club eyeing a deal to sign him with Pep Guardiola's Manchester City and Thomas Tuchel's Chelsea also touted as a potential destination and hence, it remains to be seen where the prolific goalscorer could end up at.
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