Spurs consider Kane exit ‘virtually impossible’ with Man City still millions adrift of valuation

Tottenham consider an exit for Harry Kane ‘virtually impossible’ before the transfer deadline with Manchester City still millions adrift of the club’s valuation.

Kane’s future has been the saga of the summer transfer window with the forward having informed Spurs of his desire to leave the north London side, the England captain keen to quit the club in search of elusive silverware.


Manchester City have already seen a bid rejected for the 28-year-old and with just seven days remaining of the window, Spurs continue to reject advances from the Etihad.

The Mail are reporting that Spurs now view the sale of Kane as ‘virtually impossible’ before the August 31 deadline, with City’s latest bid falling significantly short of the club’s valuation.

Daniel Levy is believed to be holding out for a record-breaking fee of £150m for Kane, though the Mail claim that City’s latest bid involved just £75m as a guaranteed sum with a further £25m of add-ons based on various clauses.

City are expected to return with an improved offer in the coming days, but it remains to be seen whether the disparity between the clubs can be bridged with time running out to secure a Premier League record deal.

Kane returned to action for Spurs during the weekend victory at Wolves, coming on as a second-half substitute during the 1-0 win at Molineux.

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