The English striker is keen on a move out of Tottenham Stadium with Chelsea, Man United and Manchester City in line
Harry Kane is still determined on his decision to leave Spurs and has recently spoken on when he could be finally hitting the exit switch.
Both Chelsea, Man United and Manchester City are chasing harder after the sensational scorer but it’s known the hierarchy at Tottenham isn’t just going to let him leave.
Levy has demanded for a fee above £100m in attempt to scare off suitors but Kane’s decision to leave can’t be stopped by this move from Levy.
Suitors are ready to invest such amount for Kane and he has revealed lately that his future plans doesn’t interrupt his performance in the ongoing Euro competition.
England managed a 1-0 victory over Croatia on Sunday but Kane failed to put his name on the score sheet with Raheem Sterling providing the only goal of the game.
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Right after the game, the 27-year-old was quizzed on how he is managing the competition and his ongoing exit plans.
“It’s been okay,” Kane said to BBC Sport. “I’m sure I’ll get asked about it a lot but my most important thing is trying to win a major tournament with England.
“The rest of the stuff will happen obviously when I get back from the tournament but for now that’s all I’m focused on,” Kane continued as he revealed his transfer move would only come after the competition.
“I try to never get too high or too low. I’m here to give everything for my country.”
Many persons have over the short time criticized Southgate’s squad pick and the striker had his say on the issue.
“The manager is doing his job and the fans are debating, that’s part of football,” the striker added.
“Everyone has their own opinions on who should play. It’s not going to be the same 11 every game. Dropping deep has always been my part of my game, allowing others to run in behind.”
It wasn’t an all rosey game for Harry Kane who was pulled just 10mins to go after going the first 45 minutes without registering a shot on target.