As Tottenham prepares to ‘reinvest’ in its squad, Harry Kane’s trade to Manchester City is expected to be completed.

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As Tottenham prepares to ‘reinvest’ in its squad, Harry Kane’s trade to Manchester City is expected to be completed.

Manchester City are expected to sign Harry Kane this month.

According to reports, Manchester City will sign Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane before the end of the summer transfer window. Kane has been linked with a move to City since telling Spurs that he wants to leave the club this summer.

Kane wants to win major trophies and believes that joining City will give him the best chance of doing so.

Despite a phenomenal goalscoring record at the highest level, the 28-year-old has failed to win a single title in his career.

Pep Guardiola, City’s manager, stated on Friday that a deal would not be possible until Spurs changed their stance and allowed negotiations to begin.

Ian McGarry, speaking on Reach PLC’s Transfer Window podcast, is confident Kane will join City.

Spurs’ financial condition necessitates recouping monies, according to McGarry, and this summer is the best opportunity to do so with Kane.

Tottenham will then put some of the money they get for the forward back into their squad.

“We are aware of their significant indebtedness in terms of stadium repayments and loans,” McGarry said.

“In terms of his current value, Kane is a very saleable asset, but his value is more likely to fall than improve over the next 12 months.

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“That trade will be completed, and Spurs will reinvest and try to replace Kane with a striker.

“They’ve done some good business thus far. We know [Erik] Lamela has moved as part of the Bryan Gil deal, and we know they’ve also replaced Toby Alderweireld.” McGarry reports Kane has already signed personal terms with City, and it’s now up to Spurs chairman Daniel Levy to decide on a fee.

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

“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, the Spurs themselves are heavily investing in new.”Brinkwire Summary News”.

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