Manchester United could use David De Gea in a deal to try and bring Harry Kane to Old Trafford this summer, according to the Express.
Despite Edinson Cavani recently signing a new one-year contract with the Red Devils, Kane remains a long-term target for United.
His future has come under serious threat recently, with Tottenham set to miss out on the Champions League, with another trophyless campaign already confirmed following their Carabao Cup final defeat to Manchester City last month.
The Athletic reported that Kane would hand in a transfer request should the club fail to qualify for Europe’s elite competition once again, but prizing Kane away from north London would prove difficult.
And therefore, the Express believe that United could offer De Gea as part of a possible deal, with the Spaniard having lost his place in the side to Dean Henderson.
That would work for Spurs, who could lose Hugo Lloris, who’s been strongly linked to PSG, although Daniel Levy will not want to bring in De Gea at the expense of Kane.