The Times have claimed that Harry Kane is close to accepting he will not get his desired move to Manchester City this summer.
Despite Tottenham’s tough stance on the matter, it was reported last week that Manchester City were still confident they would get a deal for Harry Kane over the line before the end of the month.
However, The Times have now suggested that Daniel Levy is unlikely to sanction any deal for Kane. The Spurs chairman allegedly feels City have left it too late and the Lilywhites now do not have sufficient time to find adequate replacements.
The England captain is said to be close to accepting he will not leave the club this summer. Nuno Espirito Santo has said the striker is available for selection for Tottenham’s season opener against City.
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The longer this drags on, the less likely the deal becomes to go through for the exact reasons outlined in the above report.
My gut feeling is still that Kane will be sold after Spurs get their replacements in. However, if the deal is to happen, it will certainly be on Daniel Levy’s terms, with City having to fork out £150m.
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