Manchester United are reportedly prepared to test Tottenham Hotspur's resolve with a £90m bid for Harry Kane.
The club legend still has three years left on his contract in North London at a time when the club are struggling to qualifying for the Champions League.
Chairman Daniel Levy will insist that the forward is not for sale at any price, taking a strong stance when it comes to rival clubs in England's top flight.
However, according to The Sun, United are willing to bid £90m for the England international during the summer window.
The report suggests that the Glazer family want to help ease tension in the stands by making a statement in the transfer market.
While Spurs are unlikely to consider any offers in the alleged price range, missing out on the top four in the Champions League may force Levy to reassess the club's position.