- Harry Kane’s proposed move to Manchester City fell through this summer
- Spurs chief Daniel Levy won’t budge on his £150m valuation of Kane
- City is now reportedly looking at other targets, and Ken Spurs . can live in
- Striker’s representative will seek an ongoing clause in any deal
Harry Kane would not make the mistake of giving his future to Daniel Levy without a get-out clause, but he may have already missed the boat for Manchester City.
The England captain was finally ready to leave Spurs and move to a top European club this summer, having lost patience trying to drag the north Londoners to the end of their trophy drought.
City were desperate for Kane to replace legendary front-man Sergio Aguero and personal terms were discussed, but Levy blocked the move, standing firm on his £150m valuation.
Harry Kane could now sign Spurs extension after Man City move closer
The Premier League champions finally had to give up and plan to try again
The Premier League champions instead settled for £100m man Jack Grealish, and they do not plan to make another bid for Kane in 2022, according to eurosport.
Kane is managed by his brother Charlie, who was described by Simon Jordan this summer as ‘not fit for purpose’.
Signing a six-year deal at Spurs – with no release clause – on the eve of the 2018 World Cup in which Kane will eliminate top scorer, was a strange decision but now looks like madness.
This could serve as the biggest mistake of Kane’s career, as his wait for silverware at a club that finished only seventh last year has once again changed his manager. and playing in the third tier of European competition.
Daniel Levy holds authority over Kane’s future after the striker signed his options in 2018
Spurs couldn’t set up Kane for a shot at Crystal Palace and things should quickly improve
Daniel Levy rarely gives his players release clauses, but Kane will need an exception, as he doesn’t want the businessman still deciding his future at the age of 31.
The striker is yet to make his mark in the Premier League after three games this season, and although Spurs topped the Premier League before last weekend, their Crystal Palace defeat showed worrying signs.
Nuno Espirito Santo’s side were sank 3-0 at Selhurst Park, and Spurs’ lack of creativity would bother Kane the most.
Starved for service, the Englishman neither scored a shot on goal nor even a touch into the opposition box.
After being forced to stay this summer, 2021-22 could take Kane to breaking point if Santo’s side does not improve.