Harry Kane ‘to join Manchester City in £160m deal’ after Daniel Levy gave the green light for the Tottenham star to move to the Premier League rivals

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Harry Kane ‘to join Manchester City in £160m deal’ after Daniel Levy gave the green light for the Tottenham star to move to the Premier League rivals

Harry Kane has reportedly been given permission to join Man City in a deal that would break the British transfer record.

Kane is believed to have told Tottenham ahead of Euro 2020 that he wants to leave this summer and move to City It has been closely linked.

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Looks like Kane will get his wish to move to Manchester City

It looks as if his wish may come true and he will be heading to the current Premier League champions.

the sun It was reported that Daniel Levy had given Kane the green light to join City in a £160m deal.

This would break the biggest fee a British club has paid for a player – currently held by Manchester United who signed Paul Pogba for £89m in 2016.

The report also adds that Kane will receive a £400,000-a-week contract at City.

Levi has reportedly given the green light for Kane to join City

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Levi has reportedly given the green light for Kane to join City

Manchester club are believed to have made a £100m bid for Kane last month, which was turned down.

Reports claimed that City were preparing offers that would include a player as part of the deal, but it appears they are willing to pay the asking price that Levy has set.

Former Manchester City player Trevor Sinclair questioned it Whether the club will pay such a sum to the player.

“If you look at the principles that Man City have tried to uphold and their philosophy, I can’t see them spending £100m on a player,” Sinclair told talkSPORT Breakfast.

Kane will be the highest paid player in the Premier League

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Kane will be the highest paid player in the Premier League

“They don’t want to spend that kind of money. They have already had to invest a lot since Sheikh Mansour took over the football club.

“They were far from everyone on the field and didn’t have to invest in their training facilities because Carrington wasn’t ready for that.

They never broke [transfer] records. They didn’t come close to breaking Manchester United, Arsenal, Liverpool and Chelsea.

“All the other clubs are buying players for £80m or £90m, Man City is not even close to that. I don’t think it’s by chance, I think it’s by design.”

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