Harry Kane tops the list of strikers that coach Ten Hag needs to add this summer, to increase the attacking firepower for the Manchester team.
The England captain has only one year left on his contract with Spurs and has just had a disappointing season. However, Harry Kane personally still “shoots” regularly, coming in second after Haaland on the Premier League bomb list.
Ten Hag himself admires Harry Kane very much, because this is a comprehensive striker who can retreat to the ball, create and finish skills extremely diverse.
However, a move to Old Trafford this summer seems very unlikely. According to The Guardian, MU has just pulled out of the race to sign Harry Kane.
The reason is because the club leadership feels the £ 100 million fee that Tottenham is asking to get Kane’s signature is “unrealistic”.
Spurs chairman Daniel Levy is keen to keep his crown jewel and accepts the risk of Kane leaving next summer after his contract expires.
For his part, Ten Hag was quite disappointed by his opponent’s tough stance. However, he understands the current situation, so he will turn to another goal.
The potential name that the Dutch teacher is targeting is Atalanta’s Ramsus Hojlund, valued between £40 and £50 million.
In addition, the Manchester team is also interested in Kolo Muani and Goncalo Ramos. Victor Osimhen was dropped from the list because Napoli anchored the price of 120 million pounds.