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Spurs are nervous: Their best forward is ready to listen to the proposals of a direct opponent


According to The Athletic (Subscription Required), Tottenham Hotspur star Harry Kane would consider receiving offers from Manchester United in the summer transfer window. The superstar has been excellent at N17 over the past few months, having overcome the struggles he underwent in the first half of this season, write the Tothelaneandback.

Kane will still have two years left in his current deal with Tottenham at the end of this season. However, his future is far from certain right now, with Man United keen to secure his signature this summer. Kane’s long term prospects at N-17 have been laid into further doubt because of this update.

Supposedly, the England international is open to listening to offers from the Red Devils as they look to prise him away after this campaign. This news would undoubtedly be a blow for Spurs, who would want to keep hold of their talisman as they look to build towards a better future under Antonio Conte.

The Manchester club are in a worse state than us right now, and they would probably need an overhaul and years of rebuilding to get back to their glory days. As such, it would be surprising if the 28-year-old accepts their proposals for a move in the summer transfer window.

The North London side, meanwhile, are already looking to be on the way to making it to the top, but they would still need to back Conte with transfer signings to compete against the Premier League heavyweights like Manchester City and Liverpool.

Fortunately for us, it is stated that the Premier League ace’s future with us would depend on the Italian boss’ own future moving forward. That certainly gives us a sigh of relief as it ensures that the striker could stay with us past this term.

Furthermore, it is claimed that Daniel Levy would simply rebuff the offers from their direct rivals for the Tottenham academy graduate. After all, selling him to your competitors would send a message to the 52-year-old coach that there are no ambitions to fight for trophies next term.

That would not bode well for Levy if he hopes to keep hold of the former Inter Milan manager, who apparently has interests from Paris Saint-Germain and AS Roma. As such, keeping hold of Kane is a must at all costs, especially after the form he has displayed over the past few months.