Football expert Jamie Jackson believes Manchester United would turn to Tottenham striker Harry Kane this summer, if they fail to sign their main target Karim Benzema.
The Red Devils boss Louis van Gaal is eager to strengthen his strike force after Radamel Falcao was sent back to Ligue 1 side Monaco and Robin van Persie leaning towards the exit doors.
However, the Guardian writer says the Reds will look to secure Kane's services and they might tender an offer Spurs won't be able to refuse for the 21-year-old - who netted 31 goals in all competitions last season.
“United have endless cash more or less,” Jackson told talkSPORT.
“The kit deal with Adidas deal kicks in over August, which will bring the club £750million over the next ten years, that is a phenomenal amount.
“They’ve got pots of money, they really have.
“I think Daniel Levy would sell if they got the right kind of money for Kane. If he was to get £40million, for me that would be a good price for Tottenham.
“I’ll be surprised if he does leave, just because I think Levy feels that, if he’s going to be sold, he could probably get more money for him after another good season at Spurs.
"United’s number one target in Benzema, but if they come to the end of the window and United are still struggling to get a top striker, you might see them trying to push the Kane deal through.”