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Ten Hag could raise these £190 million to hire Kane

The Dutchman waits for his dreamed elite striker 

By Liam Styles

The Dutchman waits for his dreamed elite striker 
The Dutchman waits for his dreamed elite striker 
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Harry Kane saga returns this summer. The English striker ends his contract with Tottenham next June 2024 and the non-classification of Spurs for European competitions has ended up blowing up any option to extend their captain's relationship beyond next year, if there was one. 

With Real Madrid potentially interested in signing an elite striker to replace Benzema, who left the club to play in the Saudi team Al Ittihad, in England it has been report that only one club is considered as a possible destination in the Englishman's head if he ends up packing his bags at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium this summer: Manchester United.

The Englishman remained at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium and, last summer, the Sky Blues signed Erling Haaland. Then the door to Manchester United was opened, but Tottenham's high demands remain a problem. According the English newspaper The Sun the Red Devils value Harry Kane at about £80 , while the Spurs ask for at least £100 for a player who will turn 30 years next month with only one more year left on his contract.

Is it possible the arrival of Harry Kane?

Harry Kane's arrival at Old Trafford is complicated, especially with the Spur's owner Daniel Levy involved, all is not yet lost. Of course, from the Red Devil side of Manchester they will ask the still Tottenham player for an effort, and United and Erik Ten Hag are already designing a  £190 million plan to take Kane to Old Trafford. According to the British media reports, Ten Hag is open to selling up to at least 13 players this summer with Jadon Sancho (£45), Harry Maguire (£40), Anthony Martial(£25), Fred (£20), Scott McTomminay (£40) and Anthony Elanga (£20) as the big names emerging for a potential exit from Old Trafford, a plan which could lead Manchester United to raise the money they need to sign Harry Kane. 

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