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Harry Kane apparently receives approval from Tottenham Hotspur: ManCity should pay mega-sum



Harry Kane apparently receives approval from Tottenham Hotspur: ManCity should pay mega-sum

Harry Kane has received approval for a move from Tottenham Hotspur according to a media report. Spurs owner Daniel Levy is said to have agreed to a transfer – if Manchester City really digs deep into their pockets.

As the Sun reported, Tottenham would agree to a move with a transfer fee of an incredible 160 million pounds (around 186 million euros). That would make Kane the second most expensive player of all time after Neymar (€ 222 million).

According to the report, Kane reached an agreement with ManCity weeks ago. His salary is said to be the equivalent of around 467,000 euros per week, which would correspond to an annual salary of over 24 million euros.

“The terms have been tentatively agreed and it’s an incredible deal. Now it’s just a matter of setting points and removing points,” quoted the Sun a Spurs employee who is not named. Spurs boss Levy and Kane had phoned last week and agreed the deal.

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Like the French sports newspaper L’Equipe reported, however, that City does not want to shell out such a large sum for Kane. The club would like to charge Gabriel Jesus, Riyad Mahrez, Bernardo Silva or, in an emergency, even Raheem Sterling in a deal. According to matching media reports, City attacker Gabriel Jesus is the Spurs’ desired successor.

Harry Kane scored 23 goals in 35 games for Spurs last season. At the European Championship, where England reached the final and lost to Italy on penalties (2: 3), Kane scored four times, including in the round of 16 against Germany (2: 0).

Meanwhile, on Friday afternoon, Spurs announced the contract extension for Kane’s strike partner Heung-Min Son. The South Korean signed a new four-year contract until 2025.

Finally Levy had emphasized that Kane would stay. According to the Sun this was assured to the new Spurs coach Nuno Espirito Santo.

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