Date: 23rd March 2023 at 11:00am
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England’s bid to qualify for Euro 2024 begins on Thursday evening as they face Italy in Naples. 

Gareth Southgate’s side reached the final of Euro 2020 before being beaten by Thursday’s opponents on penalties after a 1-1 draw.

The Three Lions’ side that Southgate chooses for this game could look quite different to the 11 that lined up for the final at Wembley, but one player that will keep his place is captain Harry Kane.

Southgate will be relying on the striker to spearhead England’s attack in Italy on Thursday, but back home the player’s future at Tottenham Hotspur remains uncertain.

Kane has been heavily linked with a move away from The Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in recent months, with Manchester United said to be one of the clubs most interested.

Now, it appears that United will attempt to persuade Spurs to part ways with Kane by offering a player in exchange.

Tottenham Hotspur are said to be interested in Dean Henderson

As per ESPN, Spurs are interested in The Red Devils’ goalkeeper Dean Henderson.

The Englishman is currently on loan at Nottingham Forest, but the deal didn’t include an option-to-buy clause and he will therefore return to Old Trafford at the end of the season.

With that in mind, it is suggested that United could use Spurs’ interest in Henderson to push for a move for Kane.

Spurs are on the hunt for a new ‘keeper to succeed Hugo Lloris, who has found himself the subject of increasing criticism for his performances over the past year.

It remains unclear whether or not United would be willing to sell Henderson this summer, but if they are then Spurs will look to move for the 26-year-old.

As well as Henderson, Spurs are also said to be monitoring Everton ‘keeper Jordan Pickford, an international teammate of Kane.

United are also reportedly keen to sign a goalkeeper and are interested in the likes of David Raya and Diogo Costa.

Current first choice David de Gea is set to be out of contract this summer, but the player is in talks with his current employers about an extension.

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