Harry Kane’s long eight-year spell at Tottenham could end in the coming weeks. As one of the best strikers in the world, the star seems to be fed up with the lack of achievements on the part of the London team and wants to breathe new air, even having a contract with the Spurs until June 2024.
In an interview with Gary Neville for ‘The Overlap’ channel on YouTube, the center forward revealed that he wants to have an ‘honest conversation’ with Daniel Levy, president of Tottenham, about a possible sale of the club. The English press points out that Manchester City is the main interested party.
“I’m not sure what this conversation will be like if I’m honest. But you know what the players are like, we don’t know what the president is thinking. He may want to sell me. He may be thinking: ‘If I could get 100 million for you, why not?’ Do you know what I mean? I will not be worth it for the next two or three years”, said the striker.
According to the Sky Sports television channel, Harry Kane wants to solve his future even before the Euro dispute. Clubs like Manchester City, Manchester United and Chelsea keep an eye on the striker, who was even considered at Real Madrid a few years ago.