'First time I've felt right about Levy': Some Spurs fans can't believe latest twist in Kane saga
Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is now reportedly turning down phone calls from Manchester City in regards to Harry Kane.
According to the Telegraph, the Spurs figurehead is eager to retain his key attacker by any means necessary. The Premier League champions are keen to sign Kane, but Levy is digging in his heels.
The England captain has only just returned to training following Euro 2020. As reported by the Athletic, Kane won’t travel with the squad to Portugal for their UEFA Europa Conference League play-off this week.
Indeed, Kane was not even named on the bench for Spurs’ opening Premier League fixture against City, whilst Levy was pictured in the stands.
The transfer saga involving Kane will likely roll on until the final hours of the transfer window. City have just under two weeks to convince Levy to agree to a deal for the 28-year-old striker.
And for Spurs fans on social media, some agree with how Levy is handling City’s approach to signing Kane.
A few supporters are keen to see the club earn a certain fee for the attacker. Especially with City paying a club-record fee for Jack Grealish earlier in the window.
Here’s what some Spurs fans had to say about Levy blocking communications with City for Kane on Twitter…
First time I felt right about Levy! Good decision if they don’t meet our valuation!— Eviebody (@eviebody) August 18, 2021
😂 The ship has sailed. No replacements available in the market for us now, Harry shouldn't be for sale.— Ccʀ™ (@CcrThfc) August 18, 2021
He isn't interested in negotiating with people who don't want to pay the price. If for example he has said it's 150m minimum and City are saying they won't pay that. They need to leave us alone and stop bothering us with bs offers. Only contact us if you want to pay 150.— Graham (@Graham_Stewart5) August 18, 2021
Levy is airing city… 🤣— s k i P P e r 🅲 (@skipperThfc) August 18, 2021
Don’t blame him.— Ollie Leach (@oleach10) August 18, 2021
As per the Telegraph, City will make one last attempt to sign Kane this window.
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