Manchester United will ignore Harry Kane in the summer and go all out for winger Jadon Sancho.
According to Daily Mail, United won't fork out a sum of £120million for Kane this summer - preferring to target the signing of England winger Sancho who was a target for the club last summer.
The reports claim that United will wait for another 12 months to try and land Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's former player Erling Haaland from Borussia Dortmund as their long-term number nine with the club not ready to let the Norwegian leave the club this summer despite interest from a chunk of teams in Europe.
The reports further state that Solskjaer started planning for next season immediately after their Europa League final loss at the hands of Villarreal and has formulated a plan with a new director of football John Murtough that doesn't include England captain Kane.
After handing Edinson Cavani a new deal recently and Anthony Martial expected to return next season, United doesn’t prioritize chasing a center forward in the summer with the right-wing being his major concern.
Sancho has been in sensational recent form for Dortmund, helping them win the German Cup and qualify for the Champions League with 10 goals in his last 15 games.