Tottenham chief Daniel Levy may get transfer wish if Harry Kane leaves this summer

Harry Kane: Who could sign the Tottenham striker?

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Tottenham may be facing a battle to keep hold of Harry Kane this summer, but if the striker does leave then it will directly impact Gareth Bale’s immediate future. Spurs may still have plenty to play for heading into the final Premier League game of the season with European football still up for grabs, but they’ve been rocked this week by reports about Kane’s future.

It’s been claimed that Chelsea, Manchester United and Manchester City have already made contact with Kane’s representatives.

And the England captain also opened up on his own future in a revealing interview with Gary Neville.

Kane admitted that he wanted to sit down and hold talks with Daniel Levy in the near future, adding concern at Tottenham that he may want to leave.

Speculation over Kane’s future this week is said to have angered Tottenham officials, but it’s clear the striker is at least thinking of a new challenge.

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Kane wants to be playing regularly in the Champions League and Tottenham stand no chance of qualifying for Europe’s elite competition in their final game against Leicester this weekend.

Anything other than a win and Spurs may find themselves out of the Europa League or inaugural Europa Conference League.

Tottenham have made it clear they don’t want to sell and it would take a bid in the region of £150million for them to even consider it.

But Kane leaving Tottenham for that kind of money would reportedly give Levy the chance to sign Bale on a permanent basis.


That’s according to Spanish publication AS, who state that Kane’s biggest wish is to stay with the north London club.

Bale returned to Tottenham last summer on a season-long loan having fallen out of favour under Zinedine Zidane at Real Madrid.

The Wales international recently admitted that he was focused on returning to Real once his loan spell ends, but reports in Spain suggest he has no future in Madrid.

That may well depend on whether Zidane stays in charge at the Bernabeu and subsequently who takes over should he leave.

But AS claim Bale joining Tottenham on a permanent basis would benefit all parties.

Real are desperate to reduce their wage bill and Bale remains one of the club’s biggest earners.

And Tottenham would reportedly be given the opportunity to sign Bale at a reduced price and Levy has supposedly always wanted the winger to return on a permanent basis

Spurs will not want to lose Kane this summer, but if there’s £150m coming in then Levy may start by getting his transfer wish and beginning a rebuild.

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