It is detailed that Tottenham themselves are insisting that they will not listen to bids for the England global.
The north London club already sold Gareth Bale for a world record £85.3million to Real Madrid in the summer of 2013 and if Kane was sold to Manchester United for more than £89.3million he would top Paul Pogba's current record.
Harry Kane secured the Golden Boot in awesome fashion on the final day of the Premier League season.
For the second successive season, Kane finished up with the Premier League's Golden Boot but a move for the 23-year-old would be problematic for United. Romelu Lukaku was next best on 25 with Arsenal's Alexis Sanchez finishing on 24.
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Jose Mourinho wants his Manchester United bosses to get £100 million Spurs star Harry Kane ... and ignore Cristiano Ronaldo.
Tottenham insist they will not listen to any bids for their star player, but a mind-blowing offer of Ronaldo proportions - in the region of £100m - would certainly give chairman Daniel Levy food for thought.
But now that it appears Ronaldo could be staying at the Bernabeu, Mourinho has urged his employers to make Tottenham an offer they can't refuse for long-time target Kane - as well as trying to close a £60m deal with Real Madrid for forward Alvaro Morata.
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