Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane is reportedly growing frustrated with his club’s lack of progress and is planning a move this summer.
Kane has scored 19 goals and 13 assists in 28 Premier League appearances for the club this season.
He will push for a transfer if Spurs fail to book a Champions League spot this season, according to The Athletic.
Tottenham are currently sixth in the Premier League table, and their recent performances across all competitions have left a lot to be desired.
Jose Mourinho’s side drew against Newcastle United last week despite Kane scoring a brace in the match.
Their biggest humiliation of the season came in the Europa League clash against Dinamo Zagreb.
The report states that while Kane still enjoys a solid relationship with Mourinho and club chairman Daniel Levy, his desire to win silverware and to play in the top-level European competition may lead him to seek new pastures in the summer.
This report is good news for Manchester United, who have been heavily linked with Kane in the past few months.
While Borussia Dortmund’s Erling Braut Haaland is on United’s priority list, the recent statements made by the German club about his price tag, and the comments made by his agent Mino Raiola may have already cooled down manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s interest in the Norwegian international.
As per the report, chairman Levy is not interested in selling Kane this summer, but he could be persuaded if he receives a nine-figure offer.
Kane’s current market value is estimated to be somewhere close to €113 million (Transfermarkt).
While other clubs including Manchester City, Real Madrid and Barcelona are also interested in signing Kane, United can land the England captain if Ed Woodward is willing to pay the hefty asking price.