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Sorry Chelsea as £200 million striker ‘will join Manchester United’ fans have been told


Tottenham striker and Chelsea target Harry Kane will join Manchester United, according to former Blackburn and Chelsea striker Chris Sutton.

Regarded as one of the best strikers in the game right now and one of the main reasons why Tottenham are such an exciting team to watch, there has been alot of speculation in the media over the past few days about the future of the England International.

Kane has not won any trophies just yet and with Spurs seemingly heading in the wrong direction under Jose Mourinho, he recently came out and admitted that he may have to leave the club in order to get the success that he is looking for, with Chelsea keen on trying to nail down his signature.

However, Manchester United are reportedly also interested in trying to sign Kane during the summer window and may even be willing to pay that massive £200 million transfer fee that is being talked about.

Now Sutton believes Kane is the type of player United need and thinks that is where he will end up.

“I think he will be off to Man U,” Sutton said on the Squeaky Bum Time podcast. “Yeah I do, because he won’t win anything at Tottenham and United need a top, top striker and he would fit perfectly.”

When Kane decides that he wants to leave the club, there will be so many clubs interested in a potential deal and both United and Chelsea would be more than happy to take him off the hands of Tottenham.

However, if he does leave the club there is a massive feeling that he will look abroad and to Real Madrid in particular, pretty much because he is loyal to Spurs and knows that Daniel Levy will not want to sell one of the best striker sin the game to a top four rival.

Will Kane join Manchester United? Will he join Chelsea? We dont know.

But we do know that Spurs will need to convince him to stay and start winning trophies or they could start losing all their best players, not just Kane.

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