Report: Harry Kane expresses his delight after Levy gives Man City green light

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Harry Kane
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Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy is prepared to allow Harry Kane to leave the club this summer after putting a price tag on the head of the forward, according to The Sun.

The report claims that Levy is prepared to allow the 27-year-old to move to Manchester City for a £160million transfer fee which would see Kane pocket £400,000-a-week in wages.

Kane has three years to run on his current contract at Tottenham, where he is the club’s joint-highest earner, along with Tanguy Ndombele with the pair taking home £200,000-a-week (Spotrac).

Levy is said to have informed Kane of his decision last Friday with the forward having expressed his delight to those in attendance at his brother and agent, Charlie’s wedding of his excitement at the prospect of joining the Premier League champions.

A source told The Sun: “Harry is delighted. He never wanted to leave on bad terms.

“His value has never been higher.”

Kane is reported to have already agreed to move to the Etihad and will sign either a four or five-year contract.

The Athletic previously reported that Kane was of the belief that he has a gentleman’s agreement with Levy over his future at Tottenham.

A Spurs source was quoted as telling The Sun: “Harry and Charlie got the call at the end of last week. 

 
SpursWeb Opinion
 
Losing Kane will be a monumental blow to Tottenham’s hopes of challenging for trophies and returning to the Premier League top four, replacing a forward who consistently scores 20+ goals and provides 15+ assists a season is not an easy or cheap feat.

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  1. As a Tottenham fan, I don’t like to see Harry Kane leaving for whatever price. Harry is a very talented player. I hope he will stay and help Tottenham to win trophies.

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