'It is our information': Journalist shares what Kane could do next as he seeks to leave Tottenham
Ian McGarry has suggested on the Transfer Window Podcast that Harry Kane could submit a transfer request at Tottenham Hotspur in his latest attempt to get a move away.
Transfer request incoming?
Kane has missed training at Spurs recently and did not feature at all in their opening day win over Manchester City.
The striker has not commented on his teammates’ efforts in that game, nor has he made any secret of his desire to leave.
Kane conducted interviews towards the back end of last term, where he expressed a willingness to leave Spurs.
And it seems that he will go as far as to hand in a formal transfer request in the hope of swaying Daniel Levy.
McGarry said: “It is our information at the Transfer Window podcast that Harry Kane will, if need be, submit a formal transfer request to Tottenham Hotspur in order to force through his move to Manchester City.
“With 14 days left of the window being open, he is determined still to make that move.
“However, Daniel Levy is also determined to extract maximum value from the sale of the player in order to furnish his team with the best possible chance obviously of replacing him and also competing during this season.”
What will it change?
Even if Kane does hand in a transfer request it seems unlikely to change much.
Tottenham know of his desire to leave, but he has three years left on his contract and they are not under significant financial pressure to sell.
City will need to pay a huge sum to take Kane away from Spurs, and so far they have shown a reluctance to meet that asking price.
Kane could actually play for Tottenham again before long, as he has now returned to training at Hotspur Way.
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