Manchester City has made an offer of 100 million pounds for Tottenham striker Harry Kane on Monday. The deal which is said to involve the addition of players deemed surplus to requirements at the Etihad stadium is expected to be turned down by the North London side.
The Three Lions striker has informed the Spurs of his intentions to leave the White Hart Lane with Manchester United and Chelsea also rivaling the Citizens for the striker’s services.
The 27-year old has continued to speak of his frustration at the lack of silverware at the club which the club chairman has revealed that the club is not willing to sell the player irrespective, rather bringing in Juventus’ former football officer Fabio Paratici as the club’s new managing director of football.
The striker who is valued at £120m by Spurs is believed to have a gentleman agreement with Daniel Levy, Tottenham’s chairman.
However, Kane is said to be focused on the Euro 2020 where England is through to the next round if they can avoid a defeat against the Czech Republic on Tuesday at Wembley.
Despite featuring in the Three Lions’ 1-0 win against Croatia in the opening game and the 0-0 draw against Scotland in their second game of the competition, Kane is yet to make a shot on target.
Nevertheless, the striker is not disturbed as he believes he will hit the back of the net soon stating that manager Gareth Southgate has the power to decide the setup of the team.
“Gareth [Southgate] is within his rights to make the changes he thinks are best for the team, What we’ve learned over past tournaments is about trying to peak at the right time. The best time to be peaking is in the knockout stages and hopefully, kick on from there.” Kane said.