Tottenham decides to “sanction” the transfer of Harry Kane to Man Utd under one condition | Football | sport


And they clearly fear the financial repercussions of a canceled championship season, as illustrated by the decision to let Kane go.

The move is likely to anger Jose Mourinho, who is said to have asked for assurances about the future of the Englishman before taking office in north London.

The Spurs are unlikely to receive the £ 200m they want this summer, as United has set its target on other targets.

Real Madrid, the other team interested in Kane, has set its sights on Paul Pogba, Erling Haaland and Kylian Mbappe, and may also be struggling to finance a move for the Spurs man.


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