Wayne Rooney impressed with £50m transfer target

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Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney has heaped praise on Harry Kane after saying it would be great to have the Tottenham Hotspur striker playing on his team. The Red Devils have been heavily linked with a summer move for the PFA Young Player of the Year, and Rooney appears to have given the thumbs-up to a transfer by intimating he'd love to play with the 21-year-old at Old Trafford. The Manchester Evening News reports that Kane has been recommended to Louis van Gaal by his current skipper at the Theatre of Dreams, but Spurs are determined to resist any offers made for their talisman in the forthcoming transfer window. An astronomical £50 million fee is the figure that is being touted to convince chairman Daniel Levy to cash-in on his latest star turn at White Hart Lane, following an impressive breakthrough campaign that saw Kane net a mightily impressive 31 goals last term. His fine form was rewarded with a new five-and-a-half-year contract in February, which strengthens Tottenh

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