The England international have been sensational for Spur since he came to the White Hart Lane from the academy.
he has scored 22 goals in 31 appearances for Spurs this season.
Reports suggest that the England international is not happy in Tottenham and wants to leave the club this summer.
It seems the Red devils wants to use this oppournity to sign the striker next summer.
Harry Kane is worth £95-100million in the transfer market.
They are speculations on ground that Manchester united officials are currently in talks with Harry Kane agent, and if personal terms are agreed upon the England international may be on his way to Old Trafford next summer.
Manchester United are currently 2nd in the league, the red devils are 11 points behind rivals Manchester city.
Initally Kane was heavily linked to Chelsea bit it seems Manchester United will be favorites going into the deal.
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