Former Manchester United goalkeeper Mark Bosnich does not think that the club will meet Tottenham Hotspur’s asking price for Harry Kane when the window resumes.
Former Manchester United goalkeeper Mark Bosnich has actually revealed his doubt that the club will stump up enough money to prise Harry Kane far from Tottenham Hotspur when the transfer window resumes.
United are comprehended to see Kane as one of their dream transfer targets and were handed hope that he might be available to an exit by current remarks recommending that he would not remain at his boyhood club “for the sake of it”.
Spurs have actually supposedly slapped an asking price of a minimum of ₤200 m on the England skipper and hesitate to sell to a domestic competitor, however Bosnich thinks that Daniel Levy would accept a quote from the Red Devils must they meet the significant price tag.
Nevertheless, the Australian does not think that United will offer the world-record amount, in spite of declaring that Kane’s arrival would turn them into title competitors.
“Tottenham have paid for their own stadium – a massive amount. And with the Covid-19 situation all the chips are in the air for everyone,” Bosnich informed Sky Sports News.
” If they were used that money, I’m rather particular that despite what Daniel Levy has actually stated, he would snap Manchester United’s hand off. I do not think Manchester United will go that far in terms of providing that kind of money, particularly in the present situation.
“I think it would. There’s no doubt that Harry Kane is one of the greatest strikers in the world of his generation. We’ve seen that consistently, in the Champions League and playing for England. I really don’t think at this stage, with the doubt that’s surrounding the whole competition that they would go that far. They might do it at a reduced price, there’s no doubt about that.”
Kane, whose Spurs contract does not end till 2024, has actually scored 181 goals in 278 games for the club.