Man United told to ‘break the bank’ for Kane
Manchester United have been told to do whatever it takes to sign Harry Kane in this transfer window by Tony Pulis.
The former Stoke City manager believes that the Spurs striker would be a perfect addition to United’s front line and further stated that his arrival to Old Trafford could turn them into title contenders .
He told Sky Sports: “Talking about who United should get, they should go and sign Harry Kane.
“Spend an absolute fortune, break the bank and then they will be contenders.”
Why Spurs supporters can’t buy Bale shirts amid transfer rumours
Repeated transfer speculation surrounding Gareth Bale has got a lot of Spurs supporters very excited.
According to the Telegraph, Real Madrid would be willing to pay 50% of the Welshman’s wages in order to provide him with an exit from Spain in this transfer window.
However, Spurs fans won’t be able to jump the gun early and get his name on the back of their shirts because Bale has apparently trademarked his name to prevent being sold in that way.
Football.london understands that any possibility of Spurs fans wanting ‘Bale’ on the back of this season’s official kit will have to wait until a deal is confirmed by the club. Despite being linked with a return for a number of years, this could stand as the best opportunity for Spurs to land their man again.
Spurs have deal ‘rejected’ for Serie A striker
Spurs have reportedly had a deal rejected for Torino striker Andrea Belotti as Jose Mourinho eyes back-up to Kane.
According to Italian journalist Gianluca Di Marzio , the north London club submitted a loan offer for the 26-year-old striker that was promptly rejected by the Serie A outfit.
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It is understood that Spurs wanted to sign the striker on a short-term deal with the possibility of buying him for £46.3million after his loan spell came to an end.
However, it looks as if Spurs will need to go back with a new and improved offer if they are to sign the Torino forward who would undoubtedly add good depth in attacking areas of the pitch.