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EPL: Ed Woodward To Lock Horns With Daniel Levy Over Transfer For 181-goal Striker

Amuda Segun

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Manchester United chief executive Ed Woodward is ready to go head-to-head with his Tottenham Hotspur counterpart Daniel Levy over striker Harry Kane according to the latest reports in the British tabloids.

It was revealed that Ed Woodward and Manchester United want to sign Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane who has scored 181 goals plus 30 assists in 278 games for his team.

The London Evening Standard stated that the Red Devils are a long-term admirer of the Three Lions of England skipper and that they want to try to sign him this summer which is where Daniel Levy will have a big problem with Ed Woodward. Daniel Levy and Tottenham Hotspur don’t want to sell their star player Harry Kane with manager Jose Mourinho looking to build his newlook team around him next season.

Harry Kane has not been available for election since January as he works his way back to full fitness after a hamstring injury. The Spurs striker is back on the training pitch and is on course to return to the first team squad next month in time for the North London Derby clash with Arsenal at home.

Harry Kane has four years left on his Spurs contract which will expire in 2024 and he is the third on the list of goalscorers at the club. The striker is third behind Jimmy Greaves and Bobby Smith.

Manchester United are still hoping to sign a long-term striker at the club despite the success of loan signing Odion Ighalo. Nigerian striker Ighalo signed on loan for the season from Chinese club Shanghai Shenhua in January and he has already scored three goals in his first two starts.

Harry Kane could be the man for the role of first choice striker at Manchester United but the Red Devils will have to first convince Daniel Levy to part with the striker.

I am Segun Amuda , Journalist at Thewistle.com. You can also find my articles here on topics related to Football. Outside Blogging, I have a keen interest in watching English Premier League Games. For any queries or issues related to articles on our website, kindly get in touch.