Tottenham superstar Harry Kane agrees five-year contract with Man City claims Nicolo Schira
According to Italian journalist Nicolo Schira on Twitter, Harry Kane has decided to leave Tottenham this summer and is ready to push for a move to Manchester City after agreeing a five-year deal with the club.
Kane’s future has been a hot topic of discussion for the past couple of months, with the England captain making clear of his intentions to leave Tottenham, as reported by Sky Sports back in May, prompting a flurry of interest from Manchester City, Chelsea and Manchester United.
Kane also had spoken about having a gentleman’s agreement with Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy which would allow him to leave the club this summer. (h/t Evening Standard)
Newly-appointed Tottenham manager Nuno Espirito Santo refuted talks of an exit, insisting that the 27-year-old will remain committed to Tottenham.
Nonetheless, the rumours of a departure continue to do the rounds, with Nicolo Schira now claiming that Kane has his heart set on a transfer to Manchester City. The journalist also adds that the England captain has already agreed personal terms on a deal over a contract that will run till the summer of 2026 with the Premier League champions.
Harry #Kane has decided to leave #Tottenham this summer. He pushing to go to #ManchesterCity: #Guardiola wants a new striker and Kane is the main target. The striker has agreed personal terms for a contract until 2026 with #MCFC. #THFC want €160/170M to sell him. #transfers https://t.co/Ibn4nW2AQR
— Nicolò Schira (@NicoSchira) July 18, 2021
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Kane has been Tottenham’s best player for the last half-a-decade or so. And, losing him at a point when the club is set for a new beginning under a new manager could be detrimental. Given how Levy operates, he will make it difficult for Man City to sign Kane but with the player himself seemingly pushing for an exit, things might not work out as per plans for the Spurs’ supremo.