Tottenham Hotspurs chairman Daniel Levy has agreed to release Harry Kane amid Manchester City interest. He agreed to the deal made by Manchester City of £160 million in the summer transfer window.
The 27-year-old striker has been in talks with the Spurs chairman for a long time. Manchester City have been in the queue for a very long time to sign the superstar forward.
Levy has decided to sell the England captain to the Citizens for £160 million. Harry Kane will be getting £400,000 a week from the Premier League champions Manchester City.
The report says that the Spurs chairman has told Kane and his agent, last week that he has given him a green signal to switch to the Etihad Stadium.
Harry Kane had an excellent campaign with Tottenham Hotspurs in the 2020-21 season. He has scored 33 goals and 17 assists in 49 appearances for the club last season in all competitions.
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Kane has also helped his country England in reaching the finals of the Euro 2020. He has scored four goals in seven appearances for his country. In the final, they lost to Italy on a penalty shoot-out.
Chelsea and Manchester United are the other two English football clubs who have shown their interest in signing the centre forward this summer.
Harry Kane is a versatile and attacking centre forward. He has some advantages and disadvantages in his game. The English striker is good in finishing, long shots, key passes, through balls and the ability to head the ball on the opponent’s goal post. He is also good at controlling and holding the ball in his foot.
The disadvantage in his play is that he loses possession very quickly. He does waste possession many times in important and crucial matches. He wastes the chances either through a poor effort or trying to dribble through too many peoples at a single time.
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