Report: Levy adopts firm Harry Kane stance amidst transfer speculation

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The Daily Mail have claimed that Daniel Levy will not entertain any offers from domestic rivals for Harry Kane in the summer.

When asked about his future last week, Kane chose to remain coy, refusing to talk of a potential exit from Spurs but also not committing his future to the North Londoners.

Several pundits have said over recent weeks that the England captain has to leave Tottenham in the summer if he wishes to compete for the biggest trophies in the game.

The Daily Mail has now reported that the likes of Real Madrid, Paris Saint-Germain, Juventus, Chelsea, Manchester City and Manchester United hold a firm interest in Kane.

However, it is stated that Levy will refuse any approach from an English club, which has thus halved the striker’s options.

It is also revealed that the Tottenham chairman will demand an asking price of £150m for the 27-year-old, a fee which Real Madrid, PSG and Juventus would baulk at, given the financial implications caused by the pandemic.

Spurs Web Opinion

Even if we fail to get back into the Champions League and Kane asks to leave, I cannot see any club paying £150m for him this summer. The 27-year-old is not the type of player to sulk and force himself out of the club.

So, the only thing he can do is to refuse to sign a new contract and force Spurs into cashing-in on him in the summer of 2022, when he would just have two years left on his deal.

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