According to Sky Sports’ Fabrizio Romano, Tottenham have “no intention of accepting” Manchester City’s £ 100 million offer for Kane, whose fate will not be decided until after the Euro 2020 tournament.
Manchester City know a long and complex deal will be needed to remove Kane from Tottenham. However, this is just the beginning, and things will heat up no doubt as the summer continues.
Manchester City’s need for a striker and Kane’s desire to play in the Champions League are a natural form, but Tottenham’s walls must be torn down if Pep Guardiola’s side have any chance of landing the England native.
Kane has spent the last nine seasons with Tottenham, scoring 162 goals in 220 starts. It has been said he would request a transfer if the Spurs miss the Champions League in 2020-21, which they have done.