Harry Kane has told the ranks at Tottenham Hotspur of his desire to finally leave North London
Chelsea still stands a chance to secure Harry Kane this summer after failing so far to convince Borussia Dortmund into letting Erling Haaland leave.
The Blues considers both Haaland, Kane, and Lukaku major targets for their striking option with Tammy Abraham linked to an exit after failing to make appearances in lots of games in the just-concluded season.
Earlier while the Euro was ongoing, Kane hardly had time to make decisions about his future as he did state he would only do so after the tournament.
Helping England to the final but unfortunately lost in a penalty shoot-out to Italy, Kane is presently free to make transfer decisions which mostly would be leaving Tottenham.
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But on the other hand, Daniel Levy isn’t very much interested in parting ways with the outstanding scorer and has, in turn, put hugely a tag on his name to scare off admirers.
Chelsea and Manchester City are the two clubs gazing to push hard for a bargain as City did let Sergio Aguero leave and now needing a replacement.
The Blues have offered Tammy Abraham plus cash for Haaland but got turned down and now could be considering offering the same to Tottenham.
This currently according to sources close to Spurs excites Levy as he won’t lose his striker for money alone but also for another proven scorer who is just contemplated not good enough by a club willing to buy back one of their former talents they still considered not good enough in the past.
Harry Kane’s desire to leave isn’t hidden but Tammy Abraham would prefer to remain at Stamford Bridge and fight for a spot.
Chelsea is yet to submit an official bid for Kane who may also due to the new manager, Nuno Espirito choose to wait for one extra season.