Manchester United fans have expressed their extreme opposition to the Glazers' administration throughout their 16-year ownership. In the last weeks that discontent escalated since the European Super League was announced and it unleashed riots in Old Trafford, even leading to postponing the derby against Liverpool last weekend. The owners may be thinking about pleasing the angry fans by landing Harry Kane, England's striker who may consider a move from Tottenham Hotspur.
The fan agitation rose to dangerous levels and that's why the Glazers would be trying to figure out a way to appease the disgruntled fan base. Truth is that many supporters were completely against the owners long before the ESL plans, as the club has been struggling for a long time both financially and on the pitch.
Since Alex Ferguson's exit in 2013, Manchester United failed to win the Premier League again and even missed the UEFA Champions League many seasons. In an attempt to restore peace at Old Trafford, the Glazers would be willing to splash the cash for Tottenham Hotspur's goalscorer.
The mind-blowing offer Man United would prepare for Harry Kane
Harry Kane had another outstanding season despite his teammates couldn't keep up with his level and Spurs failed to fight for silverware. The English superstar has been continuously linked with other teams on every transfer market, but this time he might be finally leaving North London.
According to The Sun, Manchester United would offer about $125 million to Spurs for their main figure. However, Tottenham's chairman Daniel Levy stated that Kane wouldn't be sold to a local rival, as the club doesn't even want to sell their striker anywhere else.
Still, the 27-year-old could be considering a change to finally achieve major trophies. He proved the ones who called him a 'one-season wonder' wrong and went on to keep providing impressive goalscoring records year after year, but his team failed to succeed.
In the current term, Kane has been on target 31 times and had 16 assists in 45 appearances, while Tottenham stand 6th in the Premier League. Kane said a few months ago that his goal was to win the biggest team prizes, something he couldn't taste so far.
An Old Trafford move would mean a great opportunity both for Manchester United and the player. Fan discontent wouldn't suddenly change but it may bring back hope to unsatisfied supporters, and the striker could give the necessary boost to Solskjaer's squad to finally fighting for the greatest titles. However, it remains uncertain if the Spurs will be willing to give away their main star to a Premier League rival, no matter how much money they have over the table.