As pressure mounts on Tottenham manager Daniel Levy, Harry Kane ‘agrees personal terms’ with Man City.


As pressure mounts on Tottenham manager Daniel Levy, Harry Kane ‘agrees personal terms’ with Man City.

Tottenham striker Harry Kane has his sights set on a summer transfer to Manchester City.

According to rumours, Manchester City and Harry Kane have reached an agreement on personal matters. Following the £100 million purchase of Jack Grealish, Kane remains a major target for City this summer. Tottenham, on the other hand, are adamant that the striker will not be sold.

On Friday, City manager Pep Guardiola was asked about his interest in Kane.

According to the Spaniard, a deal will not be possible until Spurs modify their stance.

“He (Kane) is a Tottenham Hotspur player, and if Tottenham don’t want to negotiate, it’s over,” Guardiola added.

“I believe Man City and many other clubs across the world are interested in signing him, and we are no exception, but it all relies on Tottenham.

“It’s not like Jack’s. He had the [clause]of release, but Jack isn’t like that.

“Harry is excellent, and we are interested in him, but nothing more can be said if Tottenham refuses to negotiate.”

However, it appears that Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is under pressure.

Ian McGarry, speaking on Reach PLC’s Transfer Window podcast, claims that personal terms between Kane and City have been ironed out.

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Levy must now decide how much he is willing to pay for the 28-year-old.

“Obviously, Harry Kane is still a work in progress,” McGarry added.

“However, according to our information at the Transfer Window podcast, Kane and City have effectively agreed on personal terms, and they are merely waiting for Daniel Levy to agree on the amount.

“Of course, Spurs are also investing heavily in new players, which shows that they already know Kane is departing and are essentially bolstering their roster with the money pouring in.”

Kane returned to Spurs’ training ground today (Saturday) after a long hiatus following Euro 2020.

On Friday, the England captain issued a statement claiming that he had not refused to train.

“While I won’t get into the details of the issue, I want to make it clear that I would never, and have never, declined to train,” Kane wrote. As planned, I shall return to the club tomorrow.

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