The 29-year-old has rediscovered his best form under Antonio Conte and they'll trust the Italian being in control can keep him at the club.
Kane, in any case, has only two years left on his contract which might see Spurs more quick to pay attention to offers instead of chance losing him in vain once his contract runs down, says the Mirror.
United need a star centre forward as Cristiano Ronaldo is 37 and Edinson Cavani has turned into a piece part player and they face losing out on Borussia Dortmund star Erling Haaland to one or the other City or Real Madrid this summer.
That has reignited interest in Kane who has made it plain he needs to win prizes which was the main impetus behind him needing to join City the last summer.
It could also be an opportunity for Kane to possibly interface back up with Mauricio Pochettino as the previous Spurs boss is on United's hit rundown to turn into their next manager would it be a good idea for him he leave PSG this summer.
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