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Manchester United Intend on signing Harry Kane and takeover news continues...

Facundo Pellistri is on the verge of a move to Valencia. 


Erik Ten Hag has put a new number nine to the top of his summer recruitment plans, and is keen on bringing Harry Kane to Manchester United in the summer. 


Manchester United chiefs have already started exploring the particulars to a potential move for Harry Kane at the end of the season. Spurs would like to extend his current deal, but there is negativity about their chances of persuading him. 


Spurs are set to place a price tag on Harry Kane at a minimum of eighty five million pounds. 


Harry Kane isn’t the only player on the Manchester United football club radar. They are also interested in Victor Osimhen and Benjamin Sesko. 


Manchester United are weighing up a summer move for Harry Kane, and Spurs may decide to cash in on Kane this summer if it becomes clear that he is unwilling to extend his contract, which expires at the end of the season. 


Harry Kane is featured on a shortlist of strikers that Manchester United are looking at as potential recruits. United acknowledge that they must sign a top class striker this summer, if they are to maintain the momentum that Erik Ten Hag has built up so far. 


While Erik Ten Hag refused to rule out the possibility of bringing in another player in January, another arrival this month is unlikely. 


The list of those who have accepted the confidentiality agreement that unlocks access to Manchester United Football Clubs’ finances so far is mainly American-based private equity groups. 


The situation can be summarized as Sir Jim Ratchliffe and the petrochemical giant Ineos versus various US consortiums currently. 


The current greatest threat to Sir Jim Ratchliffe's ambition to buy Manchester United is expected to come from the US consortiums, according to sources close to the sale process. 


The Raine Group believes that a Middle East sovereign wealth fund will come to the table for Manchester united.  


According to Sam Wallace, a middle EDF Sovereign wealth fund can remove itself from whatever club it may not already own, and convince UEFA that there is no dual. Ownership issue to answer may come to the table to bid for Manchester United.  


Fabrizio Romano had stated that if there are opportunities in the market, United will be looking for a creative signing by the end of the transfer window.  





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