Last year, he told Man Magazine: “I’m always looking for new ways to improve. I look at guys like Cristiano Ronaldo. To see him, at his age, doing what he’s doing, the goals he’s scoring, the records he’s breaking – that’s what I want to achieve. Look at the condition he keeps himself in – he’s a role model.
Despite Kane approaching 29 and having just two years of his contract remaining, he would likely demand a fee in excess of £100m this summer. If United were to have a go, he would be the club’s record signing, surpassing the £89m handed to Juventus for Paul Pogba in 2016.
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