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.



  1. Not fair on a World Class Striker to stay at a club through loyalty to win nothing. He needs to be at a club with drive and ambition. He has been a fantastic servant to Spurs but even the fans can’t begrudge him success.

  2. If he wants success then he must suggest that Tottenham spend out on defenders even if it means he takes a side swipe at The Board.
    Any new Manager will want to keep Kane,Son and a couple of others,though the Board and frugal Levy will not want to spend.
    However after this absurd ESL debacle instead of meeting with THST with derisory ideas. Meet Kane and Put forward a huge cash Transfer injection.
    Suggest they get Andersen Vestergaard and Aarons Secure Lloris for another year or two OR buy Pope Sell Aurier Lamela Bergwyn and LoCelso We need more enterprise in Midfield so look at the Championship starlets including Toney and Skipp and even put a cheeky bid for Leeds’s Phillips. We do not need Euro imports or One year wonders from African nations unless they are consistent.


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