Spurs offer star humongous contract to ward off Manchester United interest
Manchester United's pursuit of Tottenham Hotspur star Harry Kane could be ended if the striker signs a mega deal which the club have reportedly offered.
Harry Kane's new contract offer will blow any possibility of United signing the 22-year-old striker out of the water.
Spurs have put a bumper £100,000-a-week contract on the table for the England striker, according to Squawka.
The contract would make this season's Premier League Golden Boot winner the highest-paid player at White Hart Lane while smashing the wage structure at the London club.
Jose Mourinho is said to have a lot of admiration for Kane, while he seems intent on beefing up United's striking options as further rumours suggest the club are chasing the signatures of two La Liga forwards.
Kane, who hit 25 goals this season to scoop the Golden Boot ahead of Sergio Aguero and Arsenal-linked Jamie Vardy, is expected to put pen to paper on the new deal after Euro 2016.
There were certainly some special strikes among the young striker's haul this season:
Champions League winners Real Madrid are also said to be monitoring the striker's situation.
The contract offered by Spurs to their main man consists of a salary more than double that of his current £35,000-a-week deal, while add-ons and bonuses will see the young forward earn around £100k every week.