Manchester City will continue to hunt Harry Kane again this week. Earlier, The Sun reported that Manchester City are still refusing to give up on Kane’s move from Tottenham, despite Spurs’ insistence on the amount the team wants for the striker’s release. England national team left the team.
Recently, late on Friday, Romano confirmed the news again, stating that City are ready to take up a deal for Kane again next week.
There have been reports in Europe that City are trying to offer €150 million to Spurs, but the London club remain reticent and want the money the club has set a price.
However, Romano said the Blues had no retreat. The latest season’s Premier League champions are ready to submit a new offer within the next week. This time, there is still an opportunity to add players to the negotiations.
It is considered a cadence of negotiations because Spurs are firm in their own stance that they want to keep the 28-year-old forward for further use. With the player’s contracts still running until 2024, this gives them an edge, unlike City’s attempts to haggle for a price the team can afford, but it doesn’t seem to work.