Europe’s elite clubs will be scouring the market for attacking reinforcements this summer, with the signing of a marquee centre forward a priority for several.
Not a week goes by without England captain Harry Kane being linked with a move away despite Tottenham’s insistence their talisman will not be sold. Talk of a possible departure only increased after FA Cup and Champions League exits this month.
Serie A‘s runaway top scorer Victor Oshimen has spoken openly about his desire to play in the Premier League, with the Napoli star’s declaration only adding to speculation around his future.
Jonathan David has also teased the prospect of a move to the Premier League or LaLiga in recent weeks with the Canadian leading the Ligue 1 goalscoring charts ahead of several prominent names.
Sportsmail looks at the hottest striking targets around ahead of the summer transfer window.
Harry Kane’s future will be among the key storylines of the summer transfer window
Jonathan David has spoken openly about a potential move to the Premier League or LaLiga
Harry Kane (Tottenham Hotspur)
Potential destinations: Manchester United, Bayern Munich
The England captain’s future is a regular talking point every summer as Tottenham continue to come up short in their pursuit of silverware.
Kane had wanted to leave for Manchester City two years ago but ultimately stayed at Spurs with the club refusing to consider a sale – and could now be in a last-chance saloon situation.
The power has increasingly shifted in Kane’s favour as his contract nears a conclusion, with Spurs potentially faced with losing him for nothing in 2024.
Kane’s contract situation could force chairman Daniel Levy to consider a sale, with reports a fee of around £150m may be enough for Spurs to reluctantly part with the star.
Manchester United are considered the frontrunners to secure Kane’s signature, with the 29-year-old among Erik ten Hag’s top targets for the summer. Bayern Munich have also been touted among Kane’s potential suitors.
A move to Old Trafford would enable Kane to chase Alan Shearer’s Premier League goalscoring record, with his brace against Nottingham Forest moving his top flight total to 203.
He is now just 57 behind Shearer after notching 20 Premier League goals for the sixth consecutive campaign, with only Erling Haaland bettering his tally this season.
His link play and creativity would add another weapon to the improving Manchester United side.
Man United have been heavily…
Click Here to Read the Full Original Article at Latest Football Transfers News and Rumours | Mail Online…