Manchester City have reportedly launched an opening offer of £100million for Harry Kane but Tottenham have made it clear he is not for sale at any price. The Premier League champions have now made their first move for the England captain, who has placed his future on hold until after the European Championships.
Before the tournament, Kane made no secret of the fact he was open to the prospect of a new challenge.
The Premier League golden boot winner told Gary Neville in an interview with Sky Sports that there was a conversation to be had with Daniel Levy after Spurs failed to qualify for the Champions League.
Despite being tied down to a long-term contract until 2024, Kane wants to win trophies and has grown frustrated with Spurs’ lack of progress, particularly following the sacking of Mauricio Pochettino.
It’s understood he favours a move to Manchester City, where he would get the chance to work under Pep Guardiola and compete for the biggest prizes.
Kane has also named Kevin de Bruyne as the player he would like to play with most in the future.
According to transfer expert Fabrizio Romano, Tottenham have no intention of accepting any offer for Kane.
The 27-year-old would like to move to the Etihad but it remains unclear whether he would be willing to force through a move.
The saga has also been complicated by the news that Tottenham will host City on the opening day of the Premier League season on August 15.
Levy is said to be totally against the idea of Kane lining up for the opposition in what will be their new manager’s first match at the helm.
Gareth Southgate has made it clear that he does not want transfer sagas disrupting his England camp.
Kane is keen to respect that and will not discuss his future until after the Euros.