Manchester United’s interest in signing Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane this summer is of no surprise to the youngster’s team-mate Nacer Chadli.
The Red Devils have recently been linked with a big move for the free-scoring 21-year-old, who has had a superb season in the Premier League and established himself as one of this year’s best breakthrough performers.
As well as goals in big games against the likes of Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool, Kane has netted 30 in all competitions to show himself to be one of the most prolific players in Europe.
With United surely in need of improvements upfront after disappointing seasons from the likes of Robin van Persie and Radamel Falcao, there’s no doubt the England international would be a good upgrade to their attack for next season.
According to the Daily Star, Kane’s Spurs team-mate Chadli has now fuelled speculation that clubs are after the exciting forward by saying it is no surprise to see growing interest in his services.
“He’s scored 30 goals or more this season so he’s proved himself in the Premier League and at international level, so it’s normal that big clubs want to get him,” he said.
“He’s still young, Harry, and I think it’s not a decision for me to take. He’s an adult and he’s big enough to take his decisions.
“He still has a long contract with Spurs so we’ll see [what happens].”