Transfer News: Manchester City make £100m bid for Tottenham star Harry Kane
According to transfer news from reputed journalist Fabrizio Romano, Manchester City have an opening bid of £100m for Tottenham star Harry Kane. The Premier League champions are also open to offering players along with that amount. However, Daniel Levy is expected to knock that back as he wants to keep him.
Manchester City made an official proposal to Tottenham for Harry Kane. £100M guaranteed + availability to include players in the deal.#THFC have NO intention to accept. Harry wants to go, but Levy will try to keep him. ❌
Harry now focused on the Euros, then it’ll be decided.
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) June 21, 2021
The rumour mill has been going off relentlessly ever since news broke that Kane had informed Tottenham of his desire to leave the club at the end of the season. English champions Manchester City have emerged as contenders to secure the signing of the 27-year-old England captain.
During an interview with Gary Neville, Kane claimed that he was in charge of his future at the club and not Daniel Levy. He wants to win trophies in his career and hopes that the relationship he has with the Spurs’ chairman will allow him to leave the club in the summer if an appropriate offer comes in.
While Kane is focused on international duties, there seems to have been a huge development in his future. Fabrizio Romano confirmed that City have indeed made an official proposal for Kane. An opening bid of £100m plus the inclusion of other players has been lodged. However, Spurs won’t accept that as Levy wants to keep his star man. A decision will be taken after the Euros as it seems.
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It looks as if things have been set in motion regarding a transfer saga for Kane. This was the first official proposal from a club, i.e. Man City. It was expected that such an amount might not be enough as Spurs hold on. However, City might just return with more offers for their target as they need a new striker to replace Sergio Aguero.