Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy’s stance on Harry Kane as Man City push for a transfer
Kane is angling for an exit from Tottenham Hotspur this summer after yet another season with trophies. While he tasted success on the individual front, winning the Premier League Golden Boot and the Playmaker Award, Spurs failed to win any silverware and even missed out on Champions League football.
Kane is said to have informed Daniel Levy of his desire to leave, alluding to a gentleman’s agreement with the Tottenham chairman in a recent interview over a potential exit. The England captain is intent on staying in England and has set his sights on a transfer to Manchester City, who are now leading the race for the striker. (h/t Daily Mail)
The 2020/21 Premier League champions are looking for a replacement for club legend Sergio Aguero, who departed for Barcelona following the expiry of his contract. And with Kane firmly in their sights, there have been reports that the Cityzens are willing to offer players in exchange in order to make a transfer happen.
Indeed, it has been claimed that Manchester City would be willing to send Gabriel Jesus as well as Raheem Sterling to Tottenham in a deal for Kane.
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It remains to be seen whether Manchester City or any other club would be willing to match that valuation in the current financial climes. Nevertheless, it looks like Levy will not be letting Kane leave without putting up a fight.