Yes, he may have just endured a terrible European Championships tournament with the England Under-21 side in which he didn’t register a single goal but don’t forget that Harry Kane was one of the biggest success stories of last season.
A few weeks back, the papers were awash with reports that Harry Kane was being prioritised as United’s main transfer target this summer with some reports claiming a package worth up to an astounding £50 million was being prepared.
While inflated prices for English players are now commonplace, this fee is simply outrageous but we don’t think it should put Manchester United off who could secure Kane for a price below that outrageous fee.
During the recent European Championships in the Czech Republic, Kane looked a yard off the pace and ultimately, he could be forgiven for that having just endured a scintillating breakthrough campaign, not to mention featuring on Spurs’ end-of-season tour of Asia and Australia.
Clearly a fatigued pro at present, Kane’s movement and goal haul set him apart last season so it’s no wonder United are reportedly interested.