Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has refused to comment on reports leading Harry Kane to Old Trafford.
Man United are amongst the top English teams linked with a move to sign Kane from Tottenham this summer.
Several reports claim the England international has decided to quit Spurs at the end of the season in a bid to move to a bigger club, where he can challenge for major trophies.
These same reports also claim that the 27-year-old forward wants to remain in England as winning the Premier League remains one of his top ambitions.
The likes of Chelsea and Manchester City are also interested in the forward, who is valued at £150million, but a move to Stamford Bridge looks uncertain as Tottenham wouldn’t want to sell their best player to London rivals, handing both City and United the upper hands in the transfer.
However, despite the reports of Harry Kane dumping Tottenham for one of the three mentioned clubs, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer resisted the temptation to confirm if United are interested in Kane or not.
Speaking after United’s 1-1 draw against Fulham at Old Trafford, Solskjaer said of Kane’s transfer saga: “Can’t comment on other team’s players — I could say Messi is interesting, and Ronaldo, but I can’t talk about them.”
According to the Sun, Tottenham have identified Anthony Martial and Gabriel Jesus as options to replace Kane ahead of next season.