Daniel Levy ‘determined’ to keep hold of Harry Kane but Man City remain hopeful

Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is still very reluctant to let prized-asset Harry Kane leave to Premier League champions Man City this summer.

England’s star striker has been off the boil in the Three Lions’ opening games of Euro 2020 but strongly denies his form is down to the ongoing transfer talk.

Pep Guardiola is still hopeful of signing Kane despite the concerns surrounding Levy and the deal being off.

Daily Star Sport exclusively reported on Saturday evening that Man City are to offer Tottenham £100million in a ‘take-it-or-leave-it' bid in the near future.

That bid will come in next month once the Euros are over, but City are determined to seal the deal as quickly as possible.

England fans will certainly be hoping this will come as good news to Kane, who is searching for his first goal at the Euros after winning the Golden Boot at the 2018 World Cup.

The 27 year-old has yet to register a single shot on target so far in the tournament from his three attempts, putting on two uncharacteristic displays that have led him to being substituted in both matches by Gareth Southgate.

The England boss will be hoping he can find some form after registering 23 goals and 14 assists last season in his most impressive Premier League campaign to date.

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Despite posting an individual record for setting up his teammates, Kane has expressed his interest in moving to a club that wins trophies, something Spurs have failed to do since 2008.

Whether Kane’s form has been down to the team’s lack of attacking intent and creativity or the City transfer saga, the Three Lions will need him to be back and firing on all cylinders as they approach the knockout stages of the Euros.

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