Today, Kane was once again kept pretty quiet by Man United’s defence in what was another tepid performance at Old Trafford.
After the game, the Tottenham Hotspur squad got straight back into the team bus apart from Harry Kane who took the time out to sign some autographs for United fans.
No, it doesn’t mean that Kane is signing for United on Monday but it is still interesting nevertheless. Take from that what you will.
Wayne Rooney is the only out-and-out striker in United’s current squad who you would be confident in saying he’d score 20 goals this season.
Javier Hernandez has lost his touch and James Wilson is still young, so there are plenty of fans who feel a new striker needs to be brought in to strengthen the squad.
If it was Kane, United would have to pay an arm and a leg for him but with just over three weeks left in the transfer window, would there even be time to secure a deal as big as that with the notoriously difficult Daniel Levy in such a short space of time?