Harry Kane is in the midst of a transfer storm amid speculation about Manchester United’s willingness to offer the England international a £150,000-a-week contract.
Kane has been on fire since breaking into the Tottenham first team in November 2014, scoring 51 goals in 79 premier league games. His exploits have seen him nail down a starting role with England, and his rise to stardom has not gone unnoticed by potential suitors.
Manchester United bosses view Kane as the long-term successor to Ibrahimovic and Rooney, and will look to tempt the 23 year old with a lucrative offer.
Tottenham will be desperate to tie their man down to another long-term deal, improving terms on the current £60,000-a-week he earns at the North London club, but are unlikely to match what Manchester United can offer.
The England forward has a decision to make, stay at his boyhood club or join one of the biggest clubs in world football. Here are THREE reasons why Kane should sign with Tottenham over a Manchester United move whatever the price.