Man United fans sing 'Harry Kane we'll see you in June' after dominating against Spurs
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Manchester United fans aimed a new chant at Harry Kane in Thursday's clash at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
In the absence of goalkeeper Hugo Lloris, Kane wore the captain's armband for the clash but was met with a cheeky song from the rowdy away fans in the ground.
Kane has been heavily linked with a summer transfer to United as a result of the messy situation at Spurs and plenty of United fans are already acting like it's done and dusted.
The away supporters were heard singing "Harry Kane, we'll see you in June" live on the BT Sport broadcast and footage emerged of the fans belting out the chant.
Former midfielder Ryan Mason took charge of Spurs after the recent departure from Cristian Stellini following the embarrassing 6-1 defeat at the hands of Newcastle on Sunday.
But United found themselves 2-0 up at half-time courtesy of goals from Jadon Sancho and Marcus Rashford to heap more misery on struggling Spurs.
Kane's future at Spurs appears uncertain and talk of him finally leaving the North London club has seriously intensified, with it looking increasingly unlikely that he will sign a new deal.
It's claimed United are plotting a bid for England's record goalscorer and are prepared to offer him a whopping £300,000-a-week deal.
Fans loved the trolling from the United faithful and duly reacted on social media.
One said: "'Harry Kane we’ll see you in June' is a brilliant chant."
A second wrote: "'Harry Kane we'll see you in June' chant the Man United fans. You just have to admire that level of sh*thousery."
A third added: "Enjoyed the comedic touch from the United faithful in that first half…'Harry Kane, we’ll see you in June'. Ten Hag would be delighted to get his #1 striker target. But he’d be in dreamland if he got him that early."
Another user weighed in: "Wait! Was it only me who heard Manchester United fans singing: 'Harry Kane, we'll see you in June'.
A fifth tweeted: "Man Utd fans sing 'Harry Kane, we’ll see you in June'. Sh*thousery at its finest."
Even if Kane is dead set on a move to United, there's next to no chance it gets wrapped up in June given the way Daniel Levy negotiating.
He played hard-ball when Manchester City were in for him a couple of summers ago and they ultimately walked away from a deal.