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Harry Kane To Be Offered '£400,000 Per Week Contract' As Man Utd And Man City Fight For Signature

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Harry Kane To Be Offered '£400,000 Per Week Contract' As Man Utd And Man City Fight For Signature

Manchester United are among the favourites to sign wantaway Tottenham Hotspur star Harry Kane - with reports claiming he could cost more than £240m.

Kane is set to be one of the hottest properties in this summer's transfer market after signalling his desire to leave Spurs in search of silverware and Champions League football.

The 27-year-old could have his pick of some of Europe's top clubs if Tottenham agree to let him leave - with United, Manchester City, Chelsea, Real Madrid, Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain all expected to be in the race to sign the England captain.

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Manchester United are reportedly ready to put together a huge financial package to entice Harry Kane
Manchester United are reportedly ready to put together a huge financial package to entice Harry Kane

Kane is attracting interest from United this summer and the club could even sanction the sale of Anthony Martial to fund the England captain's transfer.

And The Times report that the Frenchman could be the designated causality should United sign a star striker.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side have been in need of a prolific centre-forward since Romelu Lukaku was sold to Inter Milan - and the Red Devils could break the bank in order to land Kane.

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The Red Devils will double Kane's wages to around £400,000 per week and are also are prepared to pay him an £18m signing-on fee to compensate for the loss of earnings from the rest of his Spurs contract, according to Ian McGarry of The Transfer Window Podcast.

Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is believed to be understandably reluctant to sell Kane to a Premier League rival - but could have his arm twisted by a bid of £120million, according to The Athletic.

That would be United's transfer record smashed for starters, dwarfing the £89m paid to land Paul Pogba from Juventus five years ago.

Topics: Manchester City, Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester United, Transfer news, Harry Kane

Robert Mann
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