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Spurs transfer: PL rival reportedly set to make bid for Tottenham star

Manchester City are only planning to make one bid for Harry Kane in the transfer window, with the Daily Star reporting that the Premier League champions plan to offer £100 million for the Spurs talisman.

Kane’s early struggles at Euro 2020 have moved some of the conversation away from his future at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

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The striker is yet to score for England. And he has actually been taken off in both of their group games so far.

Nevertheless, it appears that work on his future is going on behind the scenes.

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According to the Daily Star, Manchester City are preparing to make a bid for Kane next month.

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However, the forward may be set for disappointment if he hopes that the incoming offer will get the ball rolling on a potential move to the Etihad Stadium.

The Daily Star reports that the Cityzens plan to make a take it or leave it bid of £100 million. They do not want a saga to drag out over the summer.

They are also reportedly not willing to pay more for Kane. And that may be music to Daniel Levy’s ears.

The Star reports that Levy values Kane at £150 million.

Spurs may be growing confident that they can keep Kane in transfer window

The Kane England fans are currently seeing is not the Kane Spurs were so reliant on last season.

That may be leaving potential admirers a little more cautious about going near his asking price.

Of course, Kane cannot be solely blamed for his struggles at Euro 2020. He has had very little service so far.

But with Tottenham ready to dig their heels in and demand £150 million, perhaps clubs may be slightly more reluctant to meet those figures.

It was always difficult to imagine Kane leaving North London this summer. Levy is under no pressure to sell for anything below his asking price.

And if City are not prepared to go higher than £100 million, perhaps they can hold out some serious hope that Kane will remain a Tottenham player heading into next season.

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