Manchester City have been linked with some high-profile transfers this summer. The Premier League champions have been linked with the English duo of Jack Grealish and Harry Kane to start with.
Though the Cityzens are said to be extremely close to signing Jack Grealish, the same cannot be said for Harry Kane.
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The 27-year-old communicated his desire to leave Tottenham a few months back. He did not submit an official transfer request, it is clear that the striker is now looking to add titles to his impressive career stats.
Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is not said to be a fan of selling Harry Kane this summer, let alone selling him to a direct rival. Consequently, Spurs have slapped a £150 million price tag on Kane to ward off any pursuers this summer.
The player is said to be focused on the ongoing Euro 2020 as of now and any decision about his future will only be taken post the conclusion of the tournament.
Manager Pep Guardiola is said to be a big fan of Kane and many would agree that Kane is the perfect replacement for Sergio Aguero at the club. Kane is a proven performer and despite his heavy price tag, he could be the key for Manchester City in their bid to clinch their maiden UEFA Champions League title.
Italian football journalist Fabrizio Romano has also maintained a similar stance, claiming that any decision on the player’s future will only be taken after the Euro 2020. Tottenham recently rejected City’s first official bid for Harry Kane and it remains to be seen if the Lillywhites are open to selling the player this summer, at all.
Going by the looks of it, it does look like Kane could be forced to stay at Tottenham for another season but things could take a significant turn if Harry Kane applies pressure on the club to let him leave this summer, something that is unlikely to happen.