Kane won the Premier League Golden Boot too after scoring eight goals in the final three league games of the season - despite missing eight games throughout the campaign as well - and Mourinho will know that he could make a huge impact at Old Trafford as he looks for a replacement for Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
United have been heavily linked with a move to re-sign Cristiano Ronaldo from Real Madrid, but it has now be claimed that Mourinho feels the money would be better off spent elsewhere, and is targeting Kane.
The Mirror reports that Mourinho rates Spurs striker Harry Kane so highly that he is urging United officials to make a world-record fee, that would surpass the £89 million United paid to land Pogba last season, to acquire the 24-year old.
Kane is irreplaceable for Tottenham at this moment in time and the club found out in 2013 that while the money is good, it is often harder to replace a star player.
But with the Red Devils potentially preparing an assault the bookies have slashed their odds on Kane heading north.
British and Irish Lions 2017: Andy Farrell wary of defence penalties
In Rotorua, however, they grounded the Maori into submission and pulled off a victory that could have been more emphatic. Leader: Rory Best is the second hooker to captain on the 2017 tour after Ken Owens.
Harry Kane might just be the subject of the biggest transfer of the summer, according to Ladbrokes.
According to Mirror, the North Londoners are not ready to sell their prized asset but Jose Mourinho has asked Manchester United to splash a fee of 100 million pounds ($127million) to somehow convince Levy and sign the Englnd global.
Cristiano Ronaldo wants to leave Real Madrid this summer.
United would also be financially interesting to Kane, who now earns around £100,000-a-week.
Fans will be delighted that the report adds that Mourinho still wants Morata even if he gets Kane.
- Daniel Ricciardo would have bet all his money on not winning
- Ronaldo header gives Portugal 1-0 win over hosts Russian Federation
- Amateur radio operators gather for preparedness drill
- Arab states don't seek 'regime change' in Qatar
- Rosenstein Says He Wouldn't Fire Special Counsel Without Good Cause
- PM Narendra Modi leaves for USA after concluding Portugal trip
- House Democrat: 'We need new leadership'
- Anti-police protesters disrupt Twin Cities Pride Parade
- Devils select Swiss center Nico Hischier with No. 1 pick
- Google to stop scanning Gmail for ad targeting