Harry Kane is reportedly the subject of a "huge offer" from Manchester United.
The Tottenham striker has been persistently linked with a move to Old Trafford following the breakthrough season at White Hart Lane that saw his score a stunning 31 goals in all competitions last term.
Manchester United meanwhile are on the lookout for attacking reinforcements and have a habit of signing players from Spurs, notably Dimitar Berbatov, Michael Carrick and Teddy Sheringham.
Kane was absent from Tottenham's pre-season friendly with AC Milan yesterday, which the commentator for the match suggested was down to a "huge offer" from Old Trafford.
It follows reports in Spain that an official bid has been made for the England international.
The commentator in the AC Milan/Spurs game has claimed that Manchester United have made a huge bid for Harry Kane. pic.twitter.com/LOinaLpyQg— Football__Tweet (@Football__Tweet) August 5, 2015
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino may have simply rested the 22-year-old for the 2-0 victory considering he played 86 minutes against Real Madrid on Tuesday and Spurs' first match of the Premier League season, ironically against Manchester United, is on Saturday.
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