Manchester United have been linked with Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane for some years now, and with United keen on a striker for next season, the club could make a push for the England captain during the summer.
One thing is certain with Harry Kane — he wants to win trophies, but it’s looking like he’d never achieve that at Spurs, which has made him consider a move to a different club.
The big question is whether Manchester United can sign up the 27-year-old who’s tied to Spurs until 2024.
Scholes has said that Kane can leave if he presses to move away from the club, but also believes he is unlikely to leave Spurs.
Scholes said on the Webby & O’Neill YouTube channel:
“It’s all down to him, if he wants to go there’s plenty of clubs who want him, of course they will, he’s a brilliant centre forward.
“I just get the impression he’s not going to leave. I don’t know why, I’ve just got the feeling he’ll be at Tottenham until he finishes.”