• Spurs have labeled Harry Kane at around $212 million
  • Kane has netted 220 goals over the years for Spurs
  • He still has three years left in his current deal with Spurs

Manchester United are reportedly willing to offer two first-team players to Tottenham Hotspur to land Harry Kane ahead of the 2021 summer market.

Anthony Martial and Jesse Lingard could move to Spurs in a swap deal that would see Kane join the Red Devils this summer, an unnamed source from Manchester United told soccer website Football Insider. International Business Times, however, could not verify it independently.

Manchester United chief scout Jim Lawlor was at Elland Road 10 days ago precisely to watch Kane in action, the report has further revealed. Even though Kane failed to score and the Spurs ended up losing 3-1 to Leeds United, the Red Devils are very much interested in signing the England national captain.

According to ESPN, Spurs have labeled Kane, who still has three years left on his contract, at a transfer fee of around $212 million.

Lingard moved to West Ham during the January transfer window on loan and since then, he has been on fire. Having made 15 competitive appearances for the London Stadium side, Lingard has netted nine goals and provided five assists. His current contract with Manchester United is due to expire at the end of the 2020-21 term.

Meanwhile, in the ongoing campaign, Martial has missed 18 matches due to various injuries, according to Transfermarkt. He has made just 36 appearances this season for the Red Devils and is currently sidelined because of a knee issue.

Lingard’s loan deal at West Ham does not include a buy-out clause but it was previously reported that West Ham were very much interested in signing the young midfielder permanently.

Tottenham striker Harry Kane
Tottenham striker Harry Kane POOL / PAUL CHILDS

Kane, who has been associated with Spurs since 2009, is believed to have told them that he wants to leave at the end of this season. Across 10 seasons at Spurs, Kane has netted 220 goals in 334 competitive matches but is yet to win a trophy and that has pushed him to the edge of parting ways with his boyhood club.

Moreover, Spurs are set to miss the Champions League once again as they are currently placed seventh in the Premier League table with just one game to go.