Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane’s future remains uncertain with many clubs interested in securing his signature this summer.
The England international, 27, hasn’t won a single trophy with Tottenham and is understood to be keen on moving on from his boyhood club for pastures new.
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The question marks surrounding Harry Kane’s future at Spurs has massively affected his performances in the Euro 2020 competition, with the striker enduring a difficult start and failing to score in the first group stage games for England.
Kane; however, has insisted his desire to leave Spurs during the summer window is not affecting his performances for the Three Lions. But, with several clubs vying for his signature, the speculation is only going to roll on.
Meanwhile, Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola is on the hunt for a long-term successor for the departed Sergio Aguero.
That being said, Guardiola has made Kane his no.1 transfer priority this summer to succeed Aguero at the Etihad Stadium.
Now, the Daily Star report Manchester City will offer Tottenham £100million in a ‘take-it-or-leave-it’ bid for Kane.
Spurs chairman Daniel Levy is reluctant to part ways with Kane this summer and has slapped a staggering £150m price tag on the marksman’s head to fend off potential suitors.
However, the Sky Blues are not interested in getting dragged into the poker game for the entire transfer window and will launch a bid in July after Euro 2020 in order to seal the deal quickly, the Daily Star claim.
Considering Kane is now 27 and has suffered a recurring amount of ankle injuries in the past few years, City are not ready to match Spurs’ valuation of £150m for their prized asset.
Those little worries mean the defending Premier League champions will walk away from the scene should Levy doesn’t budge down and arrive at their price to do business, the report adds.
In short, that could deny Kane a glorious chance to join Guardiola’s City and fulfil his ambitions of winning major titles and trophies on a regular basis, which he has failed to do at Tottenham. Nonetheless, it remains to be seen how this entire saga pans out after the completion of the European Championships.