Tottenham have responded to the sensational offer that Manchester City submitted a few days back to acquire the services of their talisman in Harry Kane. It is understood that City submitted an offer to Daniel Levy a few days back which included Raheem Sterling and Gabriel Jesus as a part of a player-swap deal for Harry Kane.
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Daniel Levy, the chairman of Tottenham Hotspur, has shot down the offer and is said to be firm on his stance of not letting his most prized asset leave this summer. However, The Sun understands that a fee in the range of £150 million could tempt Levy into accepting the offer for Kane but nothing less than that.
Kane, 27, hasn’t won a single trophy with the Spurs and it is something that the English striker isn’t exactly a fan of. The 27-year-old has established himself as one of the topmost strikers in Europe and is currently in the form of his life. The striker recorded 23 goals and 14 assists this season, topping both charts.
With Kane’s desire to win trophies and City needing a proper number nine, some could say that it is a match made in heaven but the 27-year-old still hasn’t made his desire to leave Tottenham official.
A fee in the range of £150 million for someone who is about to turn 28 seems to be a bit too much considering the fact that Borussia Dortmund demanded a fee in the range of £150 million for Erling Haaland who is only 20-years-old.
While there is very less doubt about Kane’s finishing skills, City could perhaps wait until the next summer when Levy will be eager to cash in on his most prized asset. Kane’s contract runs out in 2024 and City will be better poised to sign him.
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