Sky Sports dropped a massive bombshell earlier this week, which was partly expected though, given how the season has panned out.
They claimed that Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane has informed the club owner, Daniel Levy, of his decision to leave the club in the summer.
Kane, who earlier claimed that he wants to win trophies in his career along with personal accolades, has once again enjoyed a fantastic season and may end up winning the golden boot.
However, Spurs have been below par, and they are unlikely to get into the top four this season. Kane, it seems, doesn’t want to hang around, as another season in the Europa League looms large.
A move away from north London looks increasingly difficult, especially when the negotiator is one of the toughest people to deal with. Put simply, it’s not easy to out-haggle Levy at the negotiation table.
According to reports from Eurosport, even a bid in the region of £150 million would not be enough to convince Levy to let him go.
First of all, who would come up with such crazy money especially when football clubs all over the world are reeling from the pandemic.
Even if the likes of the Manchester clubs, Real Madrid or Paris Saint-Germain make an encouraging move, Levy would want a figure over £150 for his star player who has a contract at the club till 2024.
He is the club’s top scorer and legend. Kane is also the captain of the England national team, and demanding a move publicly could impact his image as an icon.