Jamie Carragher makes Harry Kane Manchester United prediction after Tottenham embarrassment


Jamie Carragher makes Harry Kane Manchester United prediction after Tottenham embarrassment

According to Jamie Carragher, Harry Kane is likely to remain a Tottenham player by the end of the summer transfer window, rather than making a move to Manchester United.

 Recent reports have suggested that United are considering a potential transfer for the England captain, increasing speculation about his future.

Following Tottenham's 6-1 defeat to Newcastle on Sunday, the rumours about Kane potentially joining Manchester United have gained more traction, despite the striker scoring a consolation goal in the second half. 

Kane's contract is set to expire next summer, and according to respected journalist Fabrizio Romano, the nature of Spurs' project could play a pivotal role in Kane's decision to stay or leave the club.

Should Kane opt to leave, Manchester United seems to be the frontrunner to secure his signature. Nevertheless, the striker has also been associated with other prominent European clubs such as Paris Saint-Germain and Bayern Munich, as both teams are in dire need of a quality center forward.

Before the news of Spurs' interim boss Cristian Stellini's dismissal, Carragher, a pundit for Sky Sports, shared his opinion on Kane's plans for this summer.

Carragher expressed his opinion on Twitter that Kane is likely to agree on a new contract with Tottenham, but only if Daniel Levy rejects an offer from Manchester United.

 Levy has gained a reputation as a tough negotiator who has consistently refused to sell his star player. 

However, his stance may be challenged this summer, although according to The Times, he will only entertain bids of £100 million or more before considering selling the club's top scorer.

Carragher believes that the chairman of Spurs, Daniel Levy, is not likely to give in or change his stance anytime soon.

He wrote: "Levy will turn down an offer from MU, who will then have to sign another striker this summer.

"Then every top team in the PL has a striker, Kane wants the PL goal record so he won't go abroad for free the next summer. I think he signs for Spurs!"

At present, Kane is 52 goals away from breaking the all-time Premier League goal record held by Alan Shearer, the legendary Newcastle player. 

If Kane maintains his current scoring rate, which is 24 goals in 32 appearances this season, it could take him another two or three seasons to surpass Shearer's record - but only if he chooses to stay in English football.

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