A report from the Telegraph has revealed that Man City have communicated to Harry Kane that they have structured a bid for him this summer.
The report claims that City will offer Spurs around £85m in an initial payment, as well as £15m in add-ons and first refusal on any of their unwanted players this summer.
However, the Telegraph go on to say that Daniel Levy and the Tottenham hierarchy will likely not be impressed by such an offer as they want at least £150m. Levy is also said to be unimpressed that Man City’s desires to sign Kane have gone public.
The England captain is currently representing his country at the European Championships and Levy will reportedly seek talks with him once he returns to North London.
The report adds that Man City are unlikely to cap their Kane interest at £100m despite structuring that initial offer to Spurs. However, Tottenham are also apparently disinterested by any potential player swaps.
Spurs Web Opinion:
The only way Harry Kane leaves Spurs this summer is if Man City offer at least £150m, with most of it coming up front in cash rather than in instalments. It’s a lot to ask but Tottenham don’t want to sell so it’s as much of a deterrent as it is a demand.
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