Harry Kane ‘prepared to push for a move away from Tottenham’ this summer if they fail to qualify for the Champions League with striker ‘running out of patience’ at lack of progress… with Man United and Man City the two most likely destinations
Harry Kane ‘will push for a transfer’ away from Tottenham Hotspur this summer if Jose Mourinho’s team fail to qualify for the Champions League.
The England captain is reportedly ‘running out of patience’ with the team’s progress and is ‘frustrated’ by a lack of silverware.
If Spurs don’t make it into Europe’s elite competition for next season, Kane is willing to tell the club hierarchy he would like to move on, with Manchester City and Manchester United the most likely destinations.
However, as The Athletic report, extracting himself from his six-year contract at Tottenham could prove incredibly difficult with chairman Daniel Levy likely to dig in his heels and demand a very high transfer fee.
They say that although Kane, 27, has the opportunity to win the first major trophy of his career when Spurs face Manchester City on April 25, he feels his chances of winning the Premier League or the Champions League are receding.
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