Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy is said to have been left furious with Harry Kane over recent events.
The striker held an open and frank interview with former Manchester United defender Gary Neville on The Overlap on which he said a decision on his future “will ultimately be down to me” and not Levy.
The Spurs supremo is reported to have been left feeling disrespected by Kane’s decision to go public to discuss his situation, where he even suggested that Levy could decide to accept a bid of £100million.
The timing of the release of a five-minute segment of the interview has also not gone down well, having come just a day after Spurs suffered a 2-1 defeat at home to Aston Villa which has taken Europa League qualification out of their own hands.
Levy was hopeful that conversations between the pair would have remained discreet and is determined to keep him at the club, where he will not entertain any offers of below £150million from potential suitors.
Sky Sports reported on Monday evening that Kane has once again reiterated his desire to leave the North Londoners this summer.
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