Manchester United and Chelsea transfer target Harry Kane ‘willing to run down’ Tottenham contract and leave for nothing in 2024

Harry Kane is reportedly willing to run down his Tottenham contract in order to seal a free transfer in 2024.

A host of clubs are interested in signing the England skipper this summer, including Manchester United, with Erik ten Hag desperate to bolster his attack.


Kane’s future at Tottenham is uncertain due to his contract situation

But they might have to wait until the end of next season when Kane’s contract in north London expires.

According to The Telegraph, Kane could opt out of pushing for a transfer this summer in what might be a boost to Tottenham.

However, the 29-year-old wants to see what teams will be interested in his services next year, which would be a brutal blow to Spurs as he could depart on a free transfer.

United will no doubt be one of those clubs pushing to sign him, while there is also interest from Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain.

And talkSPORT understands that Spurs chairman Daniel Levy is bracing himself from an offer from Chelsea, but whether Kane would join another London side remains to be seen.

The news will pile the pressure on Levy to make a decision in the summer on whether to sell him or risk losing Kane for nothing.

Kane is Tottenham’s all-time record goalscorer


Kane is Tottenham’s all-time record goalscorer

Erik ten Hag is desperate for a new striker


Erik ten Hag is desperate for a new striker

United fans sang to Kane during the 2-2 draw at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Thursday night, chanting “we’ll see you in June”.

It was so prominent that the Three Lions captain responded to the songs in his post-match press conference.

He also admitted to speaking to Levy over what the future holds for his beloved Spurs, where he has spent ten years and is their all-time record goalscorer with 274 goals.

“I think it was important [for Levy] to understand where the players’ heads were at that moment,” said Kane.

Levy faces a huge decision this summer


Levy faces a huge decision this summer

“It was an honest conversation of where everyone is at and what we need to try to do to give us the best possible chance to finish the season with something.

“We’re still fighting for fourth place but if it’s not fourth, we’ll try to finish fifth or sixth – as high up as we can. 

“In this league, it’s so competitive, you can easily end up eighth or ninth if you’re not careful. That’s what it was – to give us the best chance and I’m glad we reacted like that.

“I heard what they were saying [the United fans] but I’m just focused on this team and trying to finish strongly.”

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