Purportedly, Jose Mourinho would search for Tottenham Hotspur frontman Harry Kane to sign on the off chance that he was appointed Manchester United manager this summer.
According to Miguel Delaney of the ESPN FC, sources claim that the England striker would be the “primary transfer target” of Mourinho amid gossipy tidbits he will replace officeholder Louis van Gaal on the steerage of Old Trafford.
Since Chelsea terminated him in December, Mourinho has been jobless yet speculation about a transition to Manchester United has been overflowing in the months since.
Delaney has expanded on the ties among Mourinho and a transition to the Red Devils, where he has already researched how to reinforce the team.
He said: “If Mourinho lands the position he sees the high work rate and responsibility of 22-year-old Kane as a central component of his attempt to revitalize United.”
In January, ESPN FC revealed he had assembled a dossier detailing his analysis of United and how it would improve them.
Those plans incorporate adding up to five new players from the principal team — two defenders, a central midfielder, a solid conservative, and a portable striker.
Mourinho is said to have been exceptionally motivated in January last year by Kane ‘s accomplishment in Tottenham ‘s 5-3 victory over his Chelsea side.
The barrier of Manchester United was among the stingiest this term in England at the same time, it is attacked lacked consistency, depending too much on the individual brilliance of the £36 million signings of last summer, Anthony Martial. Speaking to BT Sport, Mourinho has as of late demanded that, notwithstanding a disappointing end to his second spell at Stamford Bridge, because of that experience, he is a superior manager, per Fletch and Sav.
While Mourinho is away from the Premier League, Tottenham talisman Kane has kept on featuring as probably the greatest star, scoring 19 goals this season in his 30 league trips.
Bet365 featured his structure after a lazy start to the campaign and he is by and by on track to turn into the Premier League’s most productive England scorer.