The British newspaper The Guardian reported on Thursday (Nov. 24) that Manchester United manager Eric Tenhague is targeting striker Harry Kane (Tottenham) and midfielder Mason Mount (Chelsea).
According to The Guardian, Mourinho believes that signing Kane, who has 28 goals in the Premier League this season, would help the club break into the title race.
Forwards Victor Osimhen (Napoli) and Rasmus Hojbjerg (Atalanta) are also on United’s radar, according to The Guardian.
However, it added that Osimhen’s high transfer fee of £140 million and 2003-born Hoilearn’s lack of experience are stumbling blocks.
United are aware that negotiations with ‘negotiator’ Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy will not be easy, but plan to make a move as early as the summer to facilitate talks.
Kane has one year left on his Tottenham contract until next summer.
Spurs are also looking to bolster their midfield. One of the targets is Mount. Mount has one year left on his contract with Chelsea and has suspended contract talks. It’s a sign of intent to leave. Arsenal and Liverpool have been interested in the player, with recent reports suggesting that Liverpool are the frontrunners.
However, according to The Guardian, United are the favorites to land Mount. Chelsea have set a transfer fee of £60 million. 스포츠토토
One of the players Chelsea could approach for center back reinforcements is “Iron Pillar” Kim Min-Jae (Napoli). The Italian daily Il Mattino reports that the club and Kim have already agreed on a transfer. The player reportedly has a buyout clause (estimated at £43 million) that will be activated on July 1.
With Kane, Mount, and Kim at each position, as reported in both England and Italy, we can expect an upgrade.