Manchester United are ready to offer Harry Kane and Marcus Rashford £300,000-per-week deals to fire title bid, reports the Sun.
The Red Devils want to slash David de Gea’s wage from £375k-per-week to £200k-per-week to fund the deals.
The Spaniard is out of contract at the end of the season and will have to take a pay cut to remain at the club.
Rashford is entering the final 12 months of his contract, and Man United want to add £100k to his current £200k weekly wages.
Kane also earns the same wages at Tottenham Hotspur and will see his salary increased upon moving.
The 29-year-old is entering the final year of his contract, and Spurs could be forced to sell him in the summer.
The Red Devils have made their first moves towards a possible summer swoop for England’s all-time top scorer.
He has bagged 24 league goals this term, but his tally may not be enough to fire Tottenham to a Champions League spot.
Kane could be open to leaving the club, having failed to win silverware since becoming a professional.
Man United have been boosted by Rashford’s goals, with 15 strikes in 29 league appearances.
The club believe a strike partnership between the English duo could help them win back the title.
The Old Trafford club last won the Premier League in 2013, and manager Erik ten Hag wants a new striker in the summer.
Man United are also keeping tabs on Napoli hitman Victor Osimhen and his Eintracht Frankfurt counterpart Randal Kolo Muani.
However, a deal for either of them could be too expensive, and Kane could be more affordable given his contract situation.
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