Harry Kane has made it clear to Tottenham’s managing director of football, Fabio Paratici that he wants to join Manchester City, according to The Athletic’s Jack Pitt-Brooke.
Kane reportedly trained with his Spurs teammates for the first time on Tuesday and the striker is allegedly keen on being involved in the club’s Europa Conference League playoff against Pacos de Ferreira tomorrow evening.
Pitt-Brooke discussed the various permutations surrounding Kane’s future with David Ornstein and Adam Crafton on The Athletic’s Football Podcast.
The journalist revealed that the England captain had a lengthy meeting with Paratici last week where he repeatedly told the Italian that he wants to leave.
Pitt-Brooke also added that Kane might have to end up staying since he does not have any more cards left to play to engineer a move to the Etihad.
Ornstein confirmed that there are currently no negotiations ongoing between City and Tottenham, with the two clubs still far apart on the 28-year-old’s valuation.
Watch their full discussion below:
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With each passing day, this deal becomes less and less likely. Tottenham would certainly want to bring their replacements in before selling Kane. So, if we do not see some major movements over the next couple of days, that would be confirmation that this deal is dead.
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