Harry Kane’s future at Tottenham Hotspur has been dominating the back pages of the papers and media outlets over the past few days.
Sky Sports reported on Monday that the England international had reiterated his desire to leave the club at the end of the season with Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea having been in touch with Kane’s representatives to express their interest in signing him.
Kane was said to have angered chairman Daniel Levy with his decision to openly discuss his future in an interview with former Manchester United defender Gary Neville in which he suggested that Levy could decide to accept an offer of £100million for him (Times).
Eurosport are reporting that while the forward is yet to formally submit a transfer request, he is willing to go to those lengths should he not get his wish and depart North London.
Levy is said to have no interest in allowing Kane to leave the club, especially to strengthen a Premier League rival with the player still having three years to run on his contract.
Daniel Levy has shown time and time again that when it comes to negotiating, he always gets what he wants; whether any club will actually meet Tottenham’s valuation remains to be seen.
One advantage which Levy has over Kane is the duration of contract that the player still has to run, Spurs are under no pressure to sell this summer unless Kane becomes uncharacteristically troublesome.
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