Kane is currently on the books of Tottenham, but United have began to pursue a deal for the England captain, with manager Erik ten Hag prioritising bringing in a new striker in the summer.
The club have also offered to raise Marcus Rashford’s salary to the same figure as they look to tie the superstar winger down to a new long-term deal, according to The Sun.
Rashford will enter the final year of his existing contract at the end of the season and United are desperate to keep hold of a player that was raised in the club’s youth ranks.
The additional funds will reportedly be gathered by David de Gea’s new contract that will see him drop his weekly wage and lose his status as the squad’s biggest earner.
De Gea’s proposed new deal will supposedly see his salary slashed from its current £375,000-a-week sum to a new offer of £200,000-a-week.
That will free up more money for Kane should he decide to move to United, along with increasing Rashford’s wage as the club look to reward him for his best year yet.