Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy is expected to remain steadfast with his decision to keep Harry Kane at the club when he will brush shoulders with members of the Manchester City board later this afternoon, according to the Daily Telegraph.
Kane has three years to run on his current contract in North London, with Levy holding all the cards over the future of the England international.
The report claims that Kane is keen to make the move to the Premier League champions, who are prepared to break the bank to sign him to eclipsing their own British transfer record, following the recent £100million capture of Jack Grealish from Aston Villa.
Levy is expecting City to submit an official big during the last two weeks of this month’s transfer window.
Kane’s situation at Tottenham has been the subject of intense media attention in recent weeks and more fuel was added to the fire when he reportedly failed to report for training for the first five days (Sky Sports), something the 28-year-old denied and insisted he never refused to train (Twitter).
The whole Kane transfer saga is tiring and is unsettling our preparations for the new season. Man City either need to step up and pay Levy what it would take for him to change his mind or walk away.
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