Former Tottenham striker, Teddy Sheringham, has urged Harry Kane to quit the club leave this summer.
Premier League champions, Manchester City, want to add Kane to their star-studded line-up — but not at the £160m Spurs would want.
Both Tottenham and Kane, 27, will wait to see if United can be tempted into a bidding war.
Former England forward told The Sun: “I feel there is a little bit of stalling at Spurs at the moment.
“I don’t quite see they’re on the up that they were two years ago when Pochettino was in charge, they got to the Champions League final and they were moving into the new stadium.
“Everything was on the up. Things haven’t quite gone how Harry would have liked.
“That is the situation I was in when I said I wanted to leave Tottenham. The ambition wasn’t at the club to bring fantastic players to Tottenham.
“I wanted the best players to play with me at Tottenham. I didn’t want to have to go and play anywhere else.
“Luckily for me, it fell into place and I ended up with the chance to go to Man Utd. You’ve got to look at your career. He’s probably got six years left at the top.
“You want to test yourself against the top clubs and top players. You want to play in big competitions, at the highest level, and have a chance of winning them. That’s what he’s in football for.
“You cannot have regrets. You’ve got to weigh things up as you go along because you are a long time finished. You have to make the right decisions at the right times.”