The owners of Manchester United, the Glazers, are not as popular as they have ever been, but it appears they have no plans to sell the club.
Instead, Joel and Avram Glazer want to try to build bridges with fans and sign Harry Kane of Tottenham in a £ 90m deal.
Fans have expressed their feelings in the wake of the fiasco in the European League, and were forced to postpone Sunday’s match against Liverpool.
Fans stormed the stadium at Old Trafford and stopped the team bus at the Lowry Hotel, where many chanted against the Glazers and raised banners in protest at the owners.
But instead of selling, the Glazers seem to want to prove themselves in the transfer market by testing the waters with an offer of £ 90m to buy Kane, according to The Sun.
The Tottenham striker has been directed to leave North London this summer in order to try to win titles.
Tottenham have no silver left to compete this season, and they are on their way to only looking for fourth place.
As a result, it was suggested that Kane look to move further afield to a club that has more chance of winning titles.
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United are in the market for a striker, with Erling Haaland currently at the top of the shortlist.
But with a number of other clubs interested in the Norwegian wonder, United may have to look elsewhere.
Kane appears to be interested in moving to Old Trafford.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is determined to sign a new center-attack this summer, and Peking could end up being the perfect candidate.
However, Tottenham president Daniel Levy is reluctant to sell to a competitor in the Premier League.
But with the team rebuilding on paper at Tottenham, they may have to sell their valuable assets.