According to them, Manchester City, Manchester United and Chelsea have all been in contact with Kane’s representatives as they look to complete what could be the most expensive transfer in English football.
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With a goalscoring record like his, it is no surprise that the likes of Manchester United and Chelsea are both interested. However, from what Sky Sports pundit Hendrie has heard, it appears that it is the Premier League champions who are currently leading the race for the 27-year-old.
On Kane’s future, the ex-Villa player told TIF in an exclusive interview:
“I’ve spoken to lots of people and they’re saying he’s definitely going to Manchester City.
“We won’t know until the summer, but the more reports and the people I speak to, [the message is] it’s nailed on that he’s going there. But you can never say it’s nailed on.”
Losing Kane would obviously be a destructive blow to Tottenham, but Manchester City could soften it by allowing Gabriel Jesus to move the other way, something that could be on the cards, according to the Daily Mail.