Manchester United could use player-plus-cash deal for Harry Kane

Manchester United may offer up a player for Harry Kane this summer.

Harry Kane’s future has been up in the air once again this summer.

The player has one year left on his current contract, so Tottenham would have to sell this summer to avoid losing him for free.

Bayern Munich have made a £70m offer for Kane but that was rejected by the Lilywhites.

Manchester United, meanwhile, have also been heavily linked, but FFP issues mean the Red Devils are unlikely to have enough cash to cover the transfer of the coveted forward.

Now though, it appears they are trying another way of signing Kane.

Previous reports indicated that Manchester United had withdrawn their interest in Kane due to the hefty price tag. But, the latest report from the Sunday Express suggests that United may make another attempt to secure the striker by including Jadon Sancho in a ‘player-plus-cash deal.

A previous report from the Daily Star claimed that Tottenham were weighing up a £50m move for the winger, in the hope that a fresh start could see him rediscover the talent that he had at Borussia Dortmund before his move to England.

Such a price tag on top of a £60m offer for Kane, in theory, may be enough to persuade Tottenham to sell.

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Josh Barker

Josh Barker

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