‘Despite recent stories’ – Fabrizio Romano provides update on Tottenham star and Man united interest.

The majority owner of Tottenham, Joe Lewis, reportedly told Daniel Levy over the past 24 hours that Kane must be transferred this summer if he refuses to sign a new deal with the club, which is reportedly worth over £400,000 per week (Daily Mail).

The England captain has been given an ultimatum that he would be sold if he does not sign a new contract, according to the Daily Mirror, which has put Manchester United back on’red alert’.

According to the report, the Red Devils had abandoned their pursuit of Kane earlier in the transfer window because they thought Tottenham’s £110 million asking price was excessive. However, after the Lilywhites’ ultimatum, there is new hope at Old Trafford that the striker’s price may drop.

For Man United, Kane is still not a top priority.

Romano has now clarified on social media that, despite rumors linking the Tottenham player with a transfer to United, the Manchester club is still entirely focused on acquiring Hojlund.

The writer asserted that Man Utd and the Denmark international had already reached a personal agreement and that their initial bid for the 20-year-old would’soon’ be made public.

Levy probably wouldn’t change his mind about not wanting to sell Kane to a Premier League team.

Therefore, a sale to Bayern Munich seems to be the most likely result unless the 29-year-old digs his heels in and pushes to join Man Utd (which he plainly does not seem to be doing).

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