According to ‘Source’, Manchester United have joined Real Madrid in the race to land in-form Tottenham striker Harry Kane.
Over the last couple of days, various reports coming out of Spain have suggested Real Madrid will make Kane their priority transfer target for next summer’s transfer window.
‘Diario Gol’ claim that the Spanish champions are willing to offer three players in return for the England international’s services, while ‘Marca’, say ‘Los Blancos’ are keen to add Kane and Spurs teammate Dele alli to their ranks.
However, ‘The Sun’ are now reporting that Jose Mourinho, a long-term admirer of the striker, will match any bid made by Real for the Tottenham man.
Kane is in the form of his life having scored 15 goals in 13 appearances for club and country so far this season, and looks set to be named England captain on a permanent basis by Gareth Southgate ahead of the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
Despite all the speculation, Kane’s focus will solely be on helping Tottenham overcome Bournemouth on Saturday to earn their first three Premier League points of the season at temporary home Wembley.