Man United executives are reportedly “desperate not to deal with Spurs chief Daniel Levy” as they pursue a transfer for Harry Kane, which is a “nightmare scenario.”
The reported pursuit of Harry Kane by Manchester United has reportedly become a nightmare for the club’s management.
The Spurs player is rumored to be Erik ten Hag’s top transfer target for the upcoming season.
Since the Red Devils need a striker, they may take advantage of Kane’s contract situation to acquire him.
According to the Daily Mail, United are still planning on a challenging pursuit of Kane despite the fact that he has less than 18 months left on his current contract.
Because Spurs general manager Daniel Levy has a reputation for being a tough negotiator, that is.
It has been speculated that he will ask for around £100m to secure the services of the England captain, with other reports placing the figure closer to £150m.
United may look elsewhere if Tottenham stalls over Kane because Ten Hag reportedly wants a striker in place before the start of preseason.
Victor Osimhen, who plays for Napoli, is also coveted by the Red Devils. He has scored 19 goals in 22 games for Napoli this season.
If United are unable to sign Harry Kane, they may attempt to exercise his reported £107 million release clause.
Osimhen has put Chelsea and Arsenal on high alert by revealing that playing in the Premier League is his lifelong goal.
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According to Osimhen, “playing in one of the top five leagues in the world” (Serie A) is an incredible accomplishment.
“The Premier League is widely regarded as the best and strongest league in the world, but I’m currently playing in one of the best leagues in the world, the Italian Serie A.
Getting to the Premier League is a long-term goal of mine, and I’m putting in a lot of effort to get there. In the meantime, though, I’m focused on maintaining my current level of success.