Manchester United will look to make an audacious move for Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane this summer.
The Glazers are ready to sanction a massive £90 million bid for the England international, according to The Sun, as they seek to appease their disgruntled fans.
The Red Devils owners saw supporters turn against them again on Sunday with a protest at Old Trafford that saw their clash with Liverpool postponed.
Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer wants to sign a world-class hitman, and Kane is top of his list.
The Spurs star is reportedly interested in moving to Old Trafford as he seeks to win silverware at club level after several disappointments, but it remains to be seen whether chairman Daniel Levy will approve a transfer.
The Tottenham chief is only willing to sell the 27-year-old to a club outside the Premier League, but a huge offer and Kane insisting on leaving could force his hands.
Levy has valued the England international at £170m but not even Man Utd will be able to pay such an amount right now.
The Glazers want to show the fans that they are ready to invest in the squad again in order to get the team challenging strongly for the title, and landing a goal-machine in the mould of Kane would increase the Red Devils’ chances.
The Old Trafford outfit last won the Premier League title in 2013 and have not won any piece of silverware since 2017.
With 164 top-flight goals in 238 appearances for Spurs, the two-time Premier League Golden Boot winner has what it takes to fire the Red Devils to glory, and landing him this summer will be huge.
Kane reportedly will look to leave north London if they fail to finish the campaign in the top four, and United will be at the front of the queue to secure his services.