Rio Ferdinand predicts Harry Kane's next transfer and would be 'surprised' if Tottenham star is not already in talks | The Sun

RIO FERDINAND says he would be surprised if Manchester United are not already in talks over a move for Harry Kane this summer.

Erik ten Hag is desperate to bring in a new No9 this summer to spearhead his attack next term.

As well as Napoli’s Victor Osimhen, United have also long-been linked with a swoop for Spurs star Kane.

The England captain played a key role in helping Tottenham come from behind to earn a 2-2 draw with United on Thursday.

And at half time of the game, when the Old Trafford club were leading by two, the visiting supporters were heard chanting: “Harry Kane, we'll see you in June.”

Discussing that potential transfer pre-match, former United defender Ferdinand stated that his old side must take advantage of Tottenham's “turmoil”.


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He told BT Sport: “If there aren't conversations going on in the corridors of power about Kane then I'd be surprised.”

Ferdinand then joked: “Sell now before the season even finishes.

“Manchester United have to be looking at the turmoil that Tottenham are in.”

He was then asked if United win the Premier League title should the 29-year-old head to Old Trafford.

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He replied: “They get closer than where they are now.”

Ferdinand also says that it was “too long” for Kane and United to wait another 12 months to get him for nothing when his contract expires in 2024.

And to reinforce that he said that the striker is “exactly what they [United] need” now.

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