Manchester United will reportedly test the resolve of Tottenham Hotspur with a £90m bid for Harry Kane this summer.
The England international has spent his entire career with Spurs, and he has three more years remaining on his current contract.
Kane has recently acknowledged that he would like to win trophies, and it appears that he could consider a fresh challenge elsewhere.
According to The Sun, United are long-term admirers of the marksman, and they could make a club-record £90m bid for his services.
Spurs chairman Daniel Levy is reluctant to lose the striker to a Premier League rival, but the club’s financial burden may change his stance.
The north London giants have debts of more than £800m, and the failure to qualify for next season’s Champions League will hamper their revenue.
Spurs are currently five points adrift of the top four with only four games left in the campaign. They no longer have their destiny in their own hands.