Tottenham Hotspur are expected to cave in to Man City’s demands in the next ten days, according to Harry Kane.

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Tottenham Hotspur are expected to cave in to Man City’s demands in the next ten days, according to Harry Kane.

Manchester City is expected to conclude a deal for Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane.

Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane is expected to join Manchester City in the “coming 10 days.” Despite Spurs’ insistence that Kane is not for sale, he still wants to join City. Last week, Pep Guardiola acknowledged his interest in signing England captain Joe Hart, but claimed a deal would not be possible until Tottenham agreed to start talks.

Kane’s Spurs contract has three years left on it, therefore the north London club believes he does not need to be sold.

Though he claims he did nothing wrong, the 28-year-old returned late to pre-season.

Don Hutchison, a former West Ham and Scotland midfielder, has remained optimistic throughout the summer that Kane will join City.

He still believes that, however he believes the striker may not have gone about it correctly.

On the Gab and Juls podcast, Hutchison said, “I still believe he moves.”

“I don’t buy since I’m not doing anything wrong.” I believe he understands exactly what he’s doing.

“You consider in the quarantine restrictions and what Covid brings when you go on vacation with the family, and you know when you have to be back in the nation.

“So I believe that was a bit naughty and a little message.

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“I’ve never done that before, even while negotiating transfers from one club to another. I’ve always made sure I’m there on day one of pre-season.

“So I think that was simply a subtle message, just to let Tottenham, and particularly Daniel Levy, know precisely where he stands.”

Tottenham will face City in the Premier League opener this weekend.

Hutchison does not expect much improvement before then, but believes City will make progress the following week.

“I honestly believe he moves,” he continued.

“It’s been dragging on for a long time, and I believe it’s only a matter of time until it comes to an end.

“I don’t mean in the next two or three days, but I believe in the next ten to two weeks.”Brinkwire Summary News”.

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