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Jamie Carragher makes Harry Kane Man Utd prediction as Daniel Levy doubt raised

Jamie Carragher makes Harry Kane Man Utd prediction as Daniel Levy doubt raised

Jamie Carragher gives his verdict on Harry Kane.

Jamie Carragher believes that Harry Kane will end the summer transfer window as a Tottenham player instead of moving to Manchester United.

Speculation has grown over the England captain's future in recent weeks, with reports claiming that United are exploring a summer move for the striker.

Those rumours have grown stronger since Spurs' 6-1 defeat to Newcastle on Sunday, in which Kane scored a second half consolation goal.

The 29-year-old's contract expires next summer, and esteemed journalist Fabrizio Romano has claimed that the project that Spurs put on the table will be critical in informing Kane's decision over whether to stay.

If he does decide to leave, United appear to be in pole position to land his signature. However, Kane has also been linked with moves to fellow European giants PSG and Bayern Munich, with both sides in desperate need of a centre forward.

Sky Sports pundit Carragher has given his verdict on what Kane will do this summer, prior to the news that interim boss Cristian Stellini has been sacked by Spurs.

Carragher gives Kane prediction

Taking to Twitter, Carragher put forward his belief that Kane will eventually sign a new deal at Tottenham - but only after Daniel Levy turns down an offer from United.

Levy has established a reputation as a fiercely tough negotiator, and has been steadfast in his refusal to sell his star player throughout Kane's professional career.

His resolve may be tested this summer, although The Times claim that he will only consider bids of at least £100 million before parting company with the club's record goalscorer.

And Carragher thinks that the Spurs chairman is not about to back down just yet.

He wrote: "Levy will turn down an offer from MU, who will then have to sign another striker this summer.

"Then every top team in the PL has a striker, Kane wants the PL goal record so he won't go abroad for free the next summer. I think he signs for Spurs!"

Kane is currently 52 goals behind the all-time Premier League goal record, which is held by Newcastle legend Alan Shearer.

If he continues his rate of scoring - he has 24 goals in 32 appearances this season - it could be two or three seasons before we see that record broken - providing he decides to stay in English football.

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Topics: Jamie Carragher, Harry Kane, Manchester United, Tottenham Hotspur, Premier League, Transfers