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Report: Daniel Levy 'furious' at some Harry Kane stories, Manchester City now willing to increase offer by £23m

The Independent claim that Daniel Levy is ‘furious’ at some reports regarding Harry Kane’s future at Tottenham Hotspur. The report claims that the Tottenham chairman was adamant against a sale – and is not happy with stories suggesting different. But the story is now supposedly changing.

Kane, 28, was not part of Tottenham’s side that beat his potentially new club in Manchester City 1-0 on Sunday. The England skipper was likely to be part of Tottenham’s clash against Pacos de Ferreira on Thursday. But he has not travelled, with Tottenham’s squad boarding the plane already.

Now, a report from the Independent claims Levy is “furious” that some reports have suggested there is a possibility of a sale. While he is adamant Kane will not go, there is belief it could be about to change. That is because Manchester City are ready to raise their offer by £23million.

Previous reports from Fabrizio Romano claim that City were tabling offers of £127million – but now, the Independent say £150million is on the table. An extra £23million. Kane’s actions of late, remaining absent from training and matches, has made a potential move more realistic.

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Tottenham chief Levy right to be ‘furious’, unless Kane price tag met

Unless Levy’s £150million price tag is met, any suggestion that Kane could be sold for a smaller fee is simply not true. Throughout the summer, Levy has been consistent – earning praise from some sections of the media. It has been regularly stated that Levy will only sell if £150million is on the table.

Now, £150million could be about to enter the talks. Manchester City are now ready to increase their offer for Kane – having previously told Spurs they would bid £127million. But any suggestion Tottenham would sell £150million is likely to have left Levy frustrated.

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