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Manchester United Issues a Final Plea to Harry Kane, Tottenham’s £100m Ace, to Submit a Transfer Request as He Yearns for a Change

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Manchester United have told Harry Kane, “If you want the move, make it happen.” – reports The Sun.

Manchester United’s management is on the verge of ending negotiations for the high-profile transfer of Harry Kane, as discussions with Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy have proven to be challenging.

According to Neil Custis of The Sun, as a last-ditch effort to expedite the process, United wishes that the Spurs’ all-time leading scorer either publicly issues a transfer request or explicitly expresses his intent to leave for Old Trafford.

Despite these moves, Spurs have been unyielding, declaring the player is not for sale and offering little leeway in negotiations.

The Red Devils’ valuation of Kane stands at approximately £80million, contrasting sharply with Tottenham’s hefty £100m asking price, especially considering the player, turning 30 next month, only has a year remaining on his current contract.

England’s captain Kane still strongly desires the move, and Erik ten Hag’s United is in urgent need of a striker. However, United is unwilling to let this scenario prolong indefinitely.

As contingency plans, United have commenced preliminary discussions for the possible £52m acquisition of Atalanta’s Rasmus Hojlund. The Red Devils have also shown interest in Napoli’s Victor Osimhen, valued at £100m, who is only 24 years old.

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