Daniel Levy slaps one condition on Harry Kane move that could put off Man City
Tottenham chief Daniel Levy has slapped one condition on Harry Kane leaving the club which could put Manchester City off.
The Spurs captain, who has been at the club since 11 years old, looks set for an exit this summer after telling the North London club he wants a transfer.
It has seen Premier League big-spenders City, Manchester United and Chelsea all get linked with a deal for the 27-year-old.
But the Premier League champions are reportedly the most interested party, with Pep Guardiola previously making offers this year in order to replace the departed Sergio Aguero.
Levy, though, has given the Etihad Stadium side a big obstacle to jump over, according to The Sun .
City are willing to let players such as Raheem Sterling or Gabriel Jesus head the other way if they can agree a player-plus-cash deal for the England captain.
But the Brit – who is known for his hard-nose negotiation tactics – is only prepared to accept cash for Kane, who he values at £150m.
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The Spurs chief is ‘not interested’ in signing ‘cast-offs’, using funds generated from the 27-year-old’s sale to bolster his squad following the impact of Covid on clubs’ spending power.
Kane has scored 221 goals in more than 300 appearances for the North London side but has been left frustrated at winning no trophies in Tottenham.
And the 27-year-old left Levy furious by making the uncertainty over his future public during an interview with Gary Neville.
Despite this, former Spurs forward Teddy Sheringham believes the Englishman could still stay with the club next season despite the transfer speculation.
Sheringham told Sky Sports: “He wants to play at the top level, it’s similar to where I was at Tottenham.
“You can tell by the managers Daniel Levy’s trying to bring into Tottenham that they are trying to reach for the stars.
“I don’t think it’s the end of the road for Harry and Tottenham right this minute.”
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