Man Utd plan to sign ‘Captain England’ after World Cup, Brazil offer for Ronaldo

Harry Kane has been added to MU’s shopping list. According to Fichajes, Harry Kane is a possible target for the Reds. Tottenham Hotspur needs to sell England’s star, who is 29 years old and has only 18 months left on his current contract, in order to maximize profits. Kane’s transfer value will remain high, but he is the ideal fit for the current Manchester United system due to his versatility and superior class.

The current captain of England actively pursued a move away from Spurs prior to the start of this season and was eager to sign with Manchester City.

However, the champions of the Premier League were unable to meet Spurs’ asking price of £140 million, and Kane ended up staying at his current club in north London.

However, according to reports from the Daily Mirror, City have made Erling Haaland of Borussia Dortmund their top choice for this summer’s transfer window. City are still interested in signing a new striker.

According to the rumor, United are well aware of the fierce competition that they will face for Haaland and have decided to shift their focus to Kane in advance of the summer transfer window.

Kane may have the opportunity to reunite with his former manager Mauricio Pochettino as a result of this move. Pochettino is currently in the lead to succeed Ralf Rangnick as Spurs manager when the current campaign comes to a close.

Kane praised the impact that Antonio Conte has made at Spurs and insisted that the only thing on his mind is ensuring that Spurs finish in fourth place in the Premier League. Kane made these comments during this week.

Kane was quoted as saying to Sky Sports, “I’m the first to look at my own standards.”

“When I first started playing in the Premier League, around the first few months, I wasn’t quite up to the standard that I was always reaching.

It was not the time to freak out or pout; rather, it was the time to put in a lot of effort, and ever since Antonio has joined the team, we’ve had a good understanding of how to communicate with each other. If you’re a player, the most important thing is that you’re getting better under your coach’s tutelage.

Apple’s stance on buying Manchester Untied from Glazer family in £5.8billion deal

Following the failure of the misguided European Super League project, the unpopular American owners are looking to sell the club after 17 tumultuous years at the helm. This comes after the owners failed to secure funding for the European Super League.

When asked why he believed the time was right to step aside and seek new investment, Avram Glazer responded by telling Sky News: ‘As we announced yesterday, the board went through a process and it has decided it has going to look at different strategic alternatives and that’s what we’re doing.’

“We’ve been through a procedure, we’ve considered all of the various strategic options, and now we’ll see where that leads us.”

After conducting a feasibility study earlier this year, it is being reported that British billionaire Sir Jim Ratcliffe is prepared to make a bid that would match the Glazers’ valuation of the company at £5.8 billion.

In the meantime, tech giants Apple have also been credited with an interest; however, according to, the California tech giants are not preparing an offer, despite beginning to explore the possibility of expanding their business into the production of sports content.

The possibility of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia acquiring ownership of Manchester United has been referred to as a “good opportunity” by the country’s Minister of Sports.

After purchasing Newcastle United from Mike Ashley just over a year ago, the private investment firm (PIF) of a Gulf state caused a stir in the world of football. Almost immediately after the purchase, Newcastle United became the wealthiest football club in the world, despite having been one of the dormant giants of the Premier League.

Prince Abdulaziz bin Turki al-Faisal has stated that the Public Investment Fund (PIF) will continue to focus its attention on Eddie Howe’s upwardly mobile club. He has dismissed the possibility that the PIF will buy the Red Devils, but he has acknowledged that the possibility of a private Saudi investor taking over from the Glazer family exists.