Tottenham believe they have won the battle for Harry Kane. The reason, according to the Daily Mail, is that the money that Manchester City made available in the first offer (87 million euros) does not satisfy the “Spurs”, as the London club continues to value Kane 150 million euros.
Throughout the summer, Daniel Levy has stated that the center-forward and his captain are not for sale. With seven days left before the market closes, his goal is to keep Kane.
As the “Daily Mail” explains, Tottenham believe that the transfer is “practically impossible”, because the difference between supply and demand is very large.
However, Manchester City does not give up and will try again in the hope that it will fulfill the mission.
British media report that “Blue Sky” will try again with an amount that approximates the request of President Daniel Levy. City will offer 146 million euros.
If this offer convinces the head of the “Spurs”, then the reigning champions of the Premier League would be much stronger, but also the need arose to remove players from the team.
Some midfielders such as Bernardo Silva, Gabriel Jesus, Joao Cancelo and Aymeric Laporte, if Kane is transferred to the Etihad, will most likely say goodbye to the team.