Reports!!! Daniel Levy finally succeeded in convincing Manchester United to close interest in Harry Kane as he drops some important comments during interview

Harry Kane has been linked with a summer move away from Tottenham, with Manchester United and Real Madrid chasing him.

Harry Kane has been linked with clubs like Real Madrid and Manchester United. But according to a report from Spanish publication AS, Manchester United have now cooled their interest in the Tottenham striker, as they believe that Daniel Levy will not sell his star striker to a Premier League rival.

It seems that Tottenham are open to selling the player abroad. So Real Madrid would have a better chance of signing the player. Kane has entered the final year of his contract and is yet to sign an extension with the North London club.

Spurs are under pressure to sell the player this summer. So he could prove to be a quality acquisition for Real Madrid who are in desperate need of attacking reinforcements.

Karim Benzema has decided to move to Saudi Arabia, and Real Madrid must look to bring in a top-class replacement. And Kane, who is reportedly keen on moving to the Santiago Bernabeu, has emerged as a viable target.

Meanwhile, Manchester United are determined to sign attacking players as well. And they have identified Rasmus Hojlund from Atalanta as an alternative to Kane. The 20-year-old striker has been outstanding for the Italian club since joining them from Sturm Graz, and he has 16 goals in seven assists to his name across all competitions.

The talented young forward has the potential to develop into a top-class player, and he could be the ideal long-term partner for Marcus Rashford. That said, Kane is an established star and could transform Manchester United into genuine title contenders.

The Tottenham talisman has 32 goals across all competitions this season, and he could be looking to join a big club this summer. Kane is yet to win a single trophy in his club career, and he might feel that this is the right time for him to move on.

Tottenham are in a transitional phase and are unlikely to be able to compete for major trophies next season either. The England international will be past his peak soon, and he needs to move on and join a club with more ambition so that he can win some trophies now.


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