Tottenham striker Harry Kane has insisted that he isn’t thinking about a move to Man United as he wants to become a Spurs legend.
According to the Daily Telegraph, Kane has told them that he wants to make history at White Hart Lane and has no intention of leaving the club anytime soon.
“I’m happy at Tottenham which is a great club heading in the right direction. I want to become a club legend.
“You are always going to face pressure in football. But I’m very strong-minded and I know what I want to achieve and taking that number 10 shirt was just another part of that.”
United boss Louis Van Gaal has been keen to strengthen his options in the attacking third, and suggested earlier this summer that he was targeting a “surprise” star that hadn’t necessarily been linked with the club.
Kane was naturally included in that conversation, but it doesn’t appear as though he will be making the trip to Manchester for a new challenge before the end of the transfer window.
It will be a huge boost for Spurs, particularly given that the club has seen several stars make the move to Old Trafford over the years.
The England international will hope to play a pivotal role in their push to crack the top four and secure Champions League football next season.