Harry Kane won’t listen to Tottenham contract offers as Man City and Chelsea chase transfer of want-away star

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Harry Kane will reportedly refused to listen to any new contract offers from Tottenham this summer as Manchester City and Chelsea eye up a potential transfer, according to Fabrizio Romano in his Benchwarmers column.

The prolific Spurs star wants out of the club and has made that clear to Daniel Levy, though the chairman is also looking likely to put his foot down as he doesn’t want to negotiate the sale of his most important player, according to Romano.

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The report states that Manchester City are the most interested club at the moment, with Kane making sense as an ideal long-term replacement for Sergio Aguero, who is set to join Barcelona.

Kane has had a superb career at Tottenham, but his incredible numbers in front of goal have not been able to help the club win any trophies.

Spurs are without silverware since 2008 and it makes sense that a player of Kane’s calibre could be tempted by a possible move away.

Harry Kane
Harry Kane is being targeted by Manchester City and Chelsea

City would make sense for him as they’d create plenty of high quality chances for him to finish off, whilst likely offering him a stab at the most prestigious silverware.

Chelsea are going places under Thomas Tuchel and could be another fine option for the England international, as he’d likely replace the misfiring Timo Werner as first choice up front.

It will be intriguing to see how this develops in the weeks and months to come.

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3 Comments

  1. Harry you should stay with the club that’s been in your heart . You will regret leaving as us.Fans of Spurs want you to stay and make Spurs great again .
    Most northerners will not understand what you are talking about?

    1. Pls he should go and wins trophy with other clubs so he can have a story to tell after retiring from football.

  2. Pls he should go and wins trophy with other clubs so he can have a story to tell after retiring from football.

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