Spurs star Kane urging Man Utd not to give up

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Harry Kane celebrates after scoring from the penalty spot to put England 2-0 up vs Italy, becoming England's record goalscorer in the process
Harry Kane celebrates after scoring from the penalty spot to put England 2-0 up vs Italy, becoming England's record goalscorer in the process

Tottenham striker Harry Kane still wants to leave the club this summer and remain in England.

The forward, who enjoyed an outstanding season on a personal level, wants to play for a Champions League club.

Per The Mail, Kane is still hoping that Manchester United will resurrect their bid for his services.

The Red Devils are not eager to deal with Spurs, who have quoted £100 million for their star.

United are willing to pay a slightly lower fee, but that sum would wipe out their entire summer budget.

Chairman Daniel Levy is willing to sell Kane, but only to a club outside of the Premier League.

Bayern Munich, Real Madrid and PSG are said to be interested, but Kane wants to stay in England.

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