Transfer Rumours 05/05: Man United Plot Harry Kane Bid, Erling Haaland to Stay at Borussia Dortmund, and More

Ali Shibil Roshan
Man United plot Kane bid this summer
Man United plot Kane bid this summer / James Williamson - AMA/Getty Images

The summer transfer window is approaching fast and as the Premier League is slated to finish on Sunday, May 23, the transfer window is most likely to reopen on Monday, June 1.

Top clubs across Europe are still looking to boost their squad ahead of the new season, and clear out their wage bill as well. 

With that in mind, here's a look at the latest transfer rumours from around the world.

Man United plot Harry Kane bid to appease angry fans

The Sun claim Man United owners the Glazers are ready to sanction a £90m bid for Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane as they look appease the angry fans following the Super League collapse.

Spurs, however, are unlikely to cash in on Kane, who has a contract with the north London side until 2024 and is valued at above the figure that Red Devils are reportedly ready to table.

Erling Haaland to stay at Borussia Dortmund next season

Haaland has attracted transfer interest from a number of top European clubs, but the Norwegian has told the Bundesliga side he is going to stay with them for another season, according to AS.

The report also adds Real Madrid, who are one of the clubs keen on Haaland, plans to sign the highly-rated attacker in the summer of 2022.

Julian Nagelsmann identifies Achraf Hakimi as transfer target for Bayern Munich

Nagelsmann will take over as Bayern coach next season, and he has reportedly identified Inter Milan full-back Hakimi as a transfer target for the Bundesliga giants, according to Express.

Hakimi has been impressive for Inter Milan this season, and has played a key role in their Serie A title triumph.

Jose Mourinho wants to bring David De Gea to AS Roma

Mourinho, who was announced AS Roma manager for next season, wants to bring De Gea from Manchester United to Stadio Olimpico this summer, according to Il Corriere della Sera.

A move to Italy for De Gea makes sense if Dean Henderson usurps the Spanish international as Man United's first-choice goalkeeper on a permanent basis.