Together with the north London side facing a whole reconstruction under Jose Mourinho, their star forward will be amenable to joining the Red Devils.

Tottenham striker Harry Kane would look at a move to Manchester United this summer, Target has heard, as he would prefer not to stay at Spurs while they undergo an extensive rebuild.

Kane is known to be reluctant to await an overhaul of the squad before challenging for the Premier League title and becoming a force in Europe. Passing up the Champions League next season with the north London outfit would further disillusion the England man.

Sources near Kane have made it known that the forwards will be keen on a possible move to United, a development that could now give executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward the encouragement he wants to proceed with any bid.

Kane’s contract signed in the summer of 2018 – goes until 2024, and Spurs chairman Daniel Levy are in a position to command a hefty fee for his star striker. It’s understood that Kane wouldn’t now consider signing renewed terms in the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

The 181-goal frontman wants to finish his career with at least one key trophy having missed out on Champions League glory in the final against Liverpool final term.

Kane, 26, is currently sidelined with a hamstring injury, together with his coach Jose Mourinho saying that no risks will be taken together with his fitness before the end of the season.

Spurs lost Christian Eriksen into Inter in January, including Steven Bergwijn and Giovani Lo Celso on permanent deals – and Gedson Fernandes on loan – but the group still faces enormous restructuring within the upcoming few transfer windows.

Stadium debt and the danger of falling out on the Champions League implies that Spurs could be working with a reduced transfer funding, together with reports suggesting it could be as little as 50 million ($64m).

Meanwhile, United’s chances of securing Kane could be significantly improved if Mauricio Pochettino becomes their manager.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is still a candidate to keep in control in the medium-to-long term, particularly if he accomplishes Champions League qualification, but Pochettino stays United’s preferred option if they must replace the Norwegian.

The club’s No.1 summer goal remains Aston Villa midfielder Jack Grealish regardless of the recent advancements with Kane.