Harry Kane is 'ready' to leave Tottenham this summer amid interest from Manchester United.

That is according to the Sun who report Kane is 'ready' to ask club chairman Daniel Levy to consider offers for him after growing increasingly frustrated at the muddling direction Tottenham have taken over the last few seasons.

The MEN revealed last month Levy has no intentions of selling Kane to a domestic rival unless it is for 'crazy money' but fresh details reaffirm the two time Golden Boot winner is prepared to leave Spurs, meaning Levy could be left in an uncomfortable position.

Kane has built a reputation as one of the world's finest centre-forwards across recent years, and with United considering signing a traditional forward this summer, it would be natural for the 27-year-old to be on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's transfer shortlist.

Tottenham have endured another poor season and failing to qualify for the Champions League could cost them Kane's services.

Regarding a lower profile potential arrival at Old Trafford, the Reds have been linked with a move for Dundee United centre half Kerr Smith, according to the Scottish Sun, who claim the 16-year-old defender has attracted interest from United and Aston Villa.

Dean Smith's side are believed to be winning the race for his signature, though, and it's believed the Scottish club would be willing to sanction an exit for Kerr for around £500,000 plus 'extras.'