- United want Kane, Rice & Mount
- Club has 300 million transfer budget
- Qatari takeover nearly completed
What is the news?
Erik ten Hag has acknowledged that Manchester United will be ready to invest heavily this summer as the Red Devils are hoping to mount a serious title challenge next season. A report by Sky Sports has claimed that United will be using their full budget to sign Tottenham Hotspur forward Harry Kane, West Ham United star Declan Rice and unhappy Chelsea midfielder Mason Mount.
United are in the middle of a takeover procedure and it is expected that the new owners of the club will be active on the summer transfer window. The report by Sky Sports suggests that the Red Devils have a 300 million euro transfer budget to spend and have marked the three England stars as their main targets. Kane could cost United up to 120 million euros, while West Ham are asking between 80 and 100 million for Rice. Mount will be the cheapest of the three as Chelsea could sell for a fee around 60 million euros.
With a 4-1 victory over Chelsea on Thursday, United have secured their spot in next season’s Champions League. The club can now put their focus on next season as they hope to mount a serious title challenge in the Premier League and enjoy a successful European campaign.