‘London team MF targeted following Son Heung-min-Kane dismissal’ Man Utd grinds on!

“Manchester United are set to make a move for Harry Kane, Declan Rice and Mason Mount in the upcoming summer transfer window,” Sky Sports reported on Friday.

“Kane, Rice and Mount are among United boss Eric ten Haag’s top targets,” the report added.

United’s new owners are in the midst 먹튀검증 of a takeover process, and if it goes through, they will want to make an immediate impact with a massive reinforcement.

At the top of their list is Kane, a goalie who is a close friend and partner to Son Heung-min.

It is widely believed that Kane could leave Tottenham Hotspur this summer in search of trophies.

With his contract expiring in June 2024, Spurs have launched a bid to hold on to him, but the general consensus is that they lack a compelling argument.

Tottenham’s poor form has seen them miss out on the Champions League and Europa League next season, and the speculation of a move for Kane is gaining momentum.

United are also expected to pursue Rice. Despite his young age, Rice has established himself in the team’s starting lineup with his steady performances.

His consistency has made him one of the best defensive midfielders in the English Premier League (EPL).

Chelsea’s Holy Ghost Mount is also a United target.

Mount came through the Chelsea youth ranks and was a key resource, but this season he’s been a non-factor. He lost his place under Graham Potter after performing below expectations.

Mount is out of contract with Chelsea next summer and has set the table for a new deal, including a pay rise.

However, there has been no news of a new deal between Mount and Chelsea as they have been unable to resolve their differences over salary.

As a result, Mount has reportedly decided to part ways with Chelsea and will be looking for a new club.

Meanwhile, United are reportedly not interested in signing Neymar, who has been the center of attention.

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