Harry Kane has decided that he wants to leave Tottenham this summer.
But the preference of Spurs chairman Daniel Levy may render the Red Devils powerless, with Real Madrid also interested in signing the England skipper.
The eighth-place finish in the Premier League means that Tottenham will miss out on European football altogether for the first time in 13 years, making it one of their worst seasons in recent memory.
This past season saw the 29-year-old also become both Tottenham and England’s all-time top goal scorer and move into second place for all-time Premier League goals, with Alan Shearer’s record now firmly on his radar.
And with Tottenham going downhill this season, many believe he will seek a move away from north London this summer.
Though his boyhood club will not want to lose their star frontman, this is their last chance to cash in on Kane as his contract expires in 2024.
But according to the above report, the Englishman has expressed his intent to leave Tottenham if an offer from a Champions League club arrives.
However, the north London outfit are determined to resist bolstering their Premier League rivals, the Red Devils.
Despite Tottenham’s efforts to receive a top-dollar fee for Kane while not selling to a rival side, it will be interesting to see if he is open to a move to Real Madrid, given that he has made no secret of the fact he wants to overtake Shearer as the Premier League’s all-time top scorer.