Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane will tell club chairman Daniel Levy next week that he wants to follow Jack Grealish to Manchester City, according to The Telegraph.
What’s the story?
The Telegraph are reporting that Kane will hold talks with Tottenham chairman Levy next week.
The 28-year-old striker will report for pre-season training at Spurs on Monday.
The England international striker wants to hold talks with Levy where he will tell him that he is keen on moving to City.
Premier League champions City have offered £100 million to Aston Villa for Grealish and are determined to sign Kane from Spurs as well, according to the report.
Big week coming up
If Kane wants to leave, then it is hard to see Tottenham keep hold of the striker.
Of course, Spurs will want a lot of money for the England international.
But, you would not expect Levy to really force Kane to stay at Spurs against his wishes.
It is very likely that City and Tottenham will come to an agreement over a transfer fee.
That might not happen straightaway and could take some time.
What is important is that Tottenham have identified potential replacements for Kane, and they should be ready to make moves for them if and when it becomes clear that the striker is on his way out of the club.