Harry Kane is reportedly on Manchester City’s priority list for this summer. The 27-year-old has been linked with a move to the Etihad stadium for some time and numerous reports suggest it could finally happen this summer despite Daniel Levy, Tottenham Hotspur chairman, said he was adamant his stance not sell his precious asset to his immediate rivals.
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Harry Kane is reportedly valued at £ 150million which is a huge sum, but the 27-year-old has shown he has the potential to be the best striker in the world, having established himself as the best striker in the world. England now.
Kane has some impressive numbers to back his case, but the England international has no silverware to show for his talent and stats. That said, the 27-year-old did not hand in an official transfer request, however, making it clear he was not happy with the Lillywhites, having lost another Carabao Cup final to Manchester City.
Former City midfielder Nigel De Jong believes Harry Kane will have an easy transition to Pep Guardiola’s system which uses a false nine more often than not.
Kane has all the ingredients to succeed under Pep Guardiola. Needless to say, his chances of winning trophies are still very high if he chooses to play under Pep Guardiola. Of course, this is subject to a deal between Spurs and City, and for now it looks like a distant possibility, especially after Spurs rejected City’s £ 100million opening offer for the ‘attacker.
Speaking about Harry Kane and a supposed transfer to Manchester City for the 27-year-old, De Jong said:
“But of course Harry Kane is a great player for City and also in the Premier League. He knows the Premier League, he has experience in the Premier League.
I think he will fit directly into this team, but nothing is done yet.
“It’s just speculation and rumors etc so we have to wait and see what the owners do.
Source: Football London
Harry Kane at Manchester City certainly looks tantalizing on paper, but it remains to be seen how long Tottenham can keep their main man. In all likelihood, Kane could very well play for Spurs next season, but if the trophy drought continues for the Lillywhites next season as well, Kane will leave the club next summer.