Harry Kane EXCLUSIVE, ‘Cristiano Ronaldo-Pogba swap’, ‘Saul Niguez up for sale’, Haaland decision imminent


SunSport’s Paul Jiggins has revealed that Jose Mourinho’s row with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has killed off any lingering chances of Harry Kane moving to United this summer.

The bitter row has put paid to Kane moving to Old Trafford this summer – after it increased the tensions between the two clubs.

United have never liked dealing with tough negotiator Levy, and vice-versa.
And while they still rate Kane as a striker, they would not be happy to pay Tottenham, of all clubs, top dollar for his services.

This means if Kane is to leave this summer he is likely going to have to move abroad.

Elsewhere, United are reportedly ready to take advantage of Real Madrid’s squad rebuild and bid for Raphael Varane.

A new centre-back is thought to be Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s priority for the coming transfer window.

According to the Mail, World Cup winner Varane is the first player United will attempt to sign.

Real may be ready to agree a fee of around £60million to call time on his decade at the club, before his contract expires in 2022.

The Frenchman, 27, is said to be ready for a fresh challenge with boyhood club Paris Saint-Germain also a potential option.

And finally, Odion Ighalo believes Jesse Lingard is thriving because the pressure of playing for Manchester United has been lifted.

He told Sky Sports: “He works so hard in training and when he was given the opportunity to play for Manchester United, he did so well.

“But when you play for a team like Manchester United, there’s a pressure to win every game.

“Manchester United is all about winning, winning, winning, and sometimes that pressure kicks in.

“West Ham is not as big as Manchester United and he’s there on loan so he’s more free to express himself.

“There’s not as much pressure or weight on him to do well and he is doing what we know he can do and we are seeing the best of him.”


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