Manchester City warned about Tottenham Hotspur manager, Daniel Levy.
Harry Kane is reportedly on the market after another disappointing campaign.
City could offer him an ideal path out of North London in terms of winning silverware in the future. The Etihad-based outfit is a European giant and coming off their first Champions League final appearance.
Kane is 27 now and yet to win any silverware in his career. He would have more lucrative chances of winning trophies under Pep Guardiola, who rates him highly.
Speaking to The Football Terrace, journalist Dean Jones said, “Levy is adamant it will take more than £150m for him to sell Harry Kane, that is all I can tell you, that’s where he is sitting right now.
“That’s fine, but if Man City on the table put down £110m as an offer, that changes things because suddenly it’s real and Harry Kane knows there’s an offer of £110m on the table. Spurs have that money there waiting and it’s not hypothetical anymore and you have to actually consider it.”
Jones added, “Until now he’s been able to dismiss it because there’s never been anything actually come in for Harry Kane.”
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