Harry Kane could still try to engineer route out of Tottenham after Man City transfer falls through

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Harry Kane is reportedly ready to try another route out of Tottenham that could involve him signing a new contract with the club.

The catch, however, is that he would look to put pen to paper on a deal that would include a fixed release clause which could make it easier for him to secure a transfer away, according to the Telegraph.

Kane has been a star player for Spurs and their fans will be thrilled to see him confirming he’s staying at the club after his tweet yesterday, but the saga might not be completely dead yet.

The Telegraph note that the England international is frustrated that he was not able to complete a move to Manchester City this summer, but the Premier League champions and other top clubs will surely continue to monitor his situation.

Harry Kane could still try to worm his way out of Tottenham
Harry Kane would be a dream signing for Man City and other top clubs

Kane is one of the finest centre-forwards in world football and would be the ideal long-term replacement for Sergio Aguero at the Etihad Stadium.

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One imagines the 28-year-old could also form a deadly partnership with City’s creative midfield star Kevin De Bruyne, which would only further boost his bid to move up the all-time Premier League scorers’ charts.

Tottenham were clearly adamant they didn’t want to sell Kane this summer, so it will be interesting to see if they could consider agreeing to a release clause for their star player.

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  1. COULD being the operative word…..I COULD win the lottery….I COULD die tomorrow……COULD is a word that “journalists” use to protect the rubbish they write. You’re no different.
    IF Harry Kane has a new contract it COULD have a release clause….Levy COULD agree BUT, mark my words, it won’t be less than £160 Million and if Harry doesn’t accept it,no problem, his present contract runs for 3 more years at £230,000 pw.

  2. I wonder if one day FIFA or UEFA or even the EU will determine that every player’s contract- unless specifically stated otherwise
    – is deemed to automatically incorporate a sell-on clause with a value of for example 300 x times their basic annual salary which a player can choose to trigger in the event a cash offer to that value is made for him.

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