Premier League side Tottenham Hotspur are now convinced that their star player Harry Kane will not be moving out to Manchester City or any other club this summer and they have credible arguments to back their notion.
According to recent reports from sources that disclosed the details about Manchester City’s first bid for Harry Kane, the Citizens never offered 100 million in whole. Their opening bid for the striker was worth a mere £75million with a few additional bonuses.
Harry Kane’s transfer Situation
Daniel Levy has made it clear from the very beginning that he is not letting go of the striker for anything less than £150 Million and Man City offering half the amount is all but working in Tottenham’s favour.
The Tottenham Hotspur chairman is now bent upon keeping his star striker and sources have revealed that the club believes that it is virtually impossible for Harry Kane to leave the club this summer.
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Although Manchester City are preparing a fresh bid for the England captain, their valuation of the striker does not match with that of Tottenham who are asking for way more than what Manchester City had asked for.
According to Sportsmail, Manchester City are set to table a fresh £125million offer to the South London giants as a last resort, but nothing has been confirmed yet.
The Summer transfer window of the Premier League closes on 31st August,i.e, in exactly a week’s time. Manchester City thus do not have a lot of time left to formalise their new bid and unless they pull off a last minute miracle, Harry Kane is deemed to stay at his old club for at least one more year.