SHOCKING NEWS: coming from Fabrizio Romano, ” my aim is to make Manchester United great again we want to be in the champions league not just in the champions league but also compete for it and I and the board are planning on bringing to key experience players to old Trafford”. In a dramatic twist, Manchester United are reportedly set to reignite their interest in England striker Harry Kane and Barcelona midfielder Frenkie de Jong this summer. The Red Devils are said to be determined to land their top targets, and are prepared to make another big push for the duo. This could be a huge blow for Bayern and Barcelona, who had hoped to keep their star players. United are ready to do whatever it takes to land their targets, and this could set up a summer of drama and intrigue in the transfer market.

Footballwave has learned that Manchester United is still very interested in both Harry Kane and Frenkie de Jong ahead of what is anticipated to be a busy summer transfer season.


The recent upturn in the team’s performance has instilled confidence in certain members of the club who see securing a Champions League berth as a compelling factor to attract top talents under Ineos ownership, which is ready to make significant investments in the upcoming transfer window. Although Manchester United has expressed longstanding interest in Mathys Tel, there are concerns that potential changes in the coaching staff at Bayern Munich, currently overseen by Thomas Tuchel, could hinder any potential transfer. There is speculation regarding Tuchel’s future at the club, and the appointment of a new coach could disrupt efforts to secure the player. Manchester United had previously pursued Tel before he joined Bayern Munich from Rennes in a €20 million deal in 2022.

Harry Kane is highly regarded by individuals at Manchester United, and if he expresses a desire to return to the Premier League, the club will actively pursue him. Kane had shown openness to joining Manchester United last summer, but financial constraints prevented the deal from materializing. It is believed that Bayern Munich may sell several players in the summer to finance major signings, although whether Kane will be among them depends on the player’s intentions.

Despite Rasmus Hojlund’s impressive form, the club is reluctant to rely solely on him for goals, especially considering their ambitions to compete on all fronts next season. Hojlund had a slow start to the season, prompting a desire to recruit another quality striker with Premier League experience.

In terms of financial resources for Manchester United in the summer, Sir Jim Ratcliffe aims to emphasize young talent and Premier League experience. The new chief plans to strengthen the club’s financial position by injecting personal funds, which would allow an increase in allowable losses from €20m to €122m for this accounting period. This injection is expected to significantly enhance Manchester United’s spending power, potentially enabling them to invest between €250m-€300m in player acquisitions, contingent upon qualification for the Champions League and Europa League.

While Frenkie de Jong remains a target, the club will only actively pursue him if there are positive signals from his current club. Sporting CP’s Marcus Edwards and Crystal Palace’s Michael Olise have been identified as early targets, with continued interest in Jarrad Braithwaite.

Although Everton’s Amadou Onana is admired, Manchester United aims to balance their signings between first-team-ready players and prospects for development. Ineos is keen on transforming Manchester United into a dominant force akin to Manchester City, as evidenced by the addition of Omar Berrada.

Dan Ashworth from Newcastle appears poised to assume a role at Manchester United after receiving assurances about his authority in transfer dealings, which had been a point of contention in previous discussions. He is expected to have a significant influence on recruitment, aligning with Ineos’ focus on securing young domestic talent.

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