Harry Kane has been linked with a move to Manchester City ever since Spurs lost to City in the Carabao Cup final last month. The Englishman is one of the best marksmen in Europe and it is no surprise that City have him on their shortlist, now that the Premier League champions need a proper number nine for the next season.
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Harry Kane has got a much better chance at winning silverware if he joins Manchester City as compared to rivals Manchester United or Chelsea, who are also said to be interested in the 27-year-old.
It is natural that Daniel Levy does not want to sell his most prized asset and especially to an immediate rival. Having said that, keeping a player who wants a transfer from your club isn’t the best option either and so the Tottenham chairman is likely to listen to offers this summer even if he does not like it.
It is understood that a fee in the range of £140 million may be demanded to secure the services of the Englishman. It is likely that Tottenham won’t let their record goal-scorer leave for a sum less than £100 million.
Harry Kane hasn’t won a single trophy during his time at Spurs. The 27-year-old has reiterated that his ultimate goal is to win team trophies and it will be a shame if the striker does not have enough silverware to show for his mind-boggling numbers.
As of today, Manchester City are said to be the favorites to sign Harry Kane and Daily Mail understands that Tottenham are likely to demand Gabriel Jesus to be included in the deal. Jesus, 23, has endured a tough season and is likely to warm the bench next season, in case City do keep him and land a proper number nine.
The think-tank at the Etihad Stadium has been having doubts about Gabriel Jesus’ ability to perform under pressure and in the big games. Despite the fact that the Brazilian was bought to be the immediate successor of Sergio Aguero, it is highly unlikely that Jesus would get another opportunity as he has let the best one slip by.
Having Jesus as a part of the deal, the asking fee will be down significantly as Jesus is still very young and has got a lot of football left in him.
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