JOSE MOURINHO will do all he can to stop Harry Kane leaving Tottenham to join his old club Manchester United.
That’s the opinion of ex-Red Devil Rio Ferdinand, who thinks the Londoners will move heaven and earth to keep their star man this summer.
Spurs will end the season trophyless once again, leading to increased rumour that England captain Kane could be on the move.
And it’s no surprise that United, who are sure to re-inforce their forward line this summer, are being linked with the prolific striker.
But Ferdinand thinks that even if his old club do have the cash for Kane, it could prove difficult to bring him to Old Trafford.
Speaking on Instagram, Ferdinand said: “Would I take Harry Kane now? Of course you would
“If he’s fit and he’s raring to go, you take Kane at Man Utd, 100 per cent. Top player, you’re guaranteeing goals, in the Premier League you’re guaranteeing goals.
“This geezer scores goals but I don’t see Tottenham letting Harry Kane go.
“And with Mourinho there, I don’t see Mourinho letting him go to Man Utd.”
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Meanwhile SunSport columnist Alan Shearer thinks if Spurs don’t win something next season it could be au revoir Kane.
He told the Match Of The Day podcast: ““My guess is, if he doesn’t win anything in the next 12 months then he has to leave.
“He’ll do another year, I think, and if nothing comes in terms of trophies, then he’ll be off.”
But SunSport has previously reported how United could abandon their pursuit of Kane – because they need to spend the money on the rest of the squad.
And the prospect of having to deal with Spurs supremo Daniel Levy is also putting off United bigwigs from making a move.
And while United DO have the funds to buy the 26-year-old, The Athletic reports that “the money could be better spent elsewhere and more widely distributed, given the rebuild ongoing”.
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