Former Spurs boss Harry Redknapp believes that the recent bid of £45million made by Manchester United for Harry Kane could make Daniel Levy to sell his star man.
Harry Kane has been one of the top target of Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal this summer, according to SkySports. Man Untied made a bid around £45million for the 21-year-old recently but are still waiting for the answer from Tottenham Hotspur.
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While the further reports from Manchester Evening News has revealed that Manchester United are ready to take their offer to £50milllion if they don’t agree to current bid.
However, Kane recently told SkySports that he has no plans to leave White Hart Lane.
Redknapp managed Spurs for few seasons between 2008-2012, and he knows chairman Daniel Levy very well.
The English manager wrote on Kicca: “The rumours are that Manchester United are interested in Harry Kane and while it would be a good move for the player it would be a disaster for Spurs.”
Redknapp believes that Kane does not worth such amount offered by Untied but Levy could be making the most of it. However, selling him would be terrible news for the fans.
Kane scored 21 goals in 34 Premier League games last season and won the young player of the year. Currently, he is playing for England under 21 side in the European Championship.
Columnist: Stevan Jones