Manchester United are ready to make Harry Kane a massive deal which would compensate for any lost revenues he could deal with by handing in a transfer request at Tottenham this summertime. Kane has actually already voiced his desire to leave Spurs once the transfer window opens, however as validated by 90min, chairman Daniel Levy has already made it clear that he does not plan to offload his star striker – not least to a Premier League rival like United, Manchester City or Chelsea.
Those chasing after Kane’s signature worry that he will be unattainable without submitting a written transfer request -something the Englishman is reluctant to do out of commitment to the club – however The Times claim that United are aiming to make him a deal so big that it may encourage him to start and officially demand an exit.
United’s deal would compensate Kane for any commitment rewards he would miss out on by asking to leave in the kind of an enormous signing-on charge. It’s unclear whether a bumper financial offer would be enough to encourage Kane to send a transfer request. Previously, his primary problem has been a fear of damaging his relationship with the club that provided him his profession, but whether cash has actually been an issue behind the scenes is uncertain.