Report: Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur have met over Harry Kane

Daniel Levy

However, Tottenham informed United that Kane was not for sale at any price.

It has been reported that Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur have met over the potential transfer of Harry Kane. The Guardian are reporting that United chief executive Ed Woodward met with his Spurs counterpart Daniel Levy in May to discuss the potential signature of the England international.

Tottenham fans however have nothing to fear regarding the report, as it claims Levy told Woodward that no deal would be entertained for Kane leaving White Hart Lane this summer.

Manchester United have recently been linked with a move for Kane. They would certainly like to pry the player away from the club they beat on the opening day of the season this weekend gone.

Louis van Gaal is in need of strikers after recent transfer activities. Robin van Persie was sold to Fenerbahce earlier in the summer whilst Radamel Falcao was not signed permanently at the end of his loan spell from AS Monaco.

Spurs on the other hand will fight tooth and nail to keep Kane.

The 22-year-old striker scored 31 goals last season and also made his international debut for England, in which he scored.

However it looks like United will need to look elsewhere for their striking options this summer.

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