Tottenham insist that they will not be selling striker Harry Kane this summer, to Manchester United or anyone.
Daniel Levy met with his opposite number at United, Ed Woodward, in May to inform he would not listen to any bids for his star and it is understood that nothing has changed.
United have few strikers favoured by Louis van Gaal outside Wayne Rooney, and the manager suggested after Saturday's win that he would like to bring in another.
“When we can buy another striker, who has a lot of qualities, more than our players, then we buy,” the Dutchman said.
Other than Rooney, United have Javier Hernández and James Wilson with Adnan Januzaj also seen as an option by the manager.
However the club have lost Robin van Persie and Radamel Falcao this summer and, much like Rooney, are looking a little thin up top, particularly with Hernandez thought to be on his way out of the club.Reuse content