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At last, Harry Kane is set to get his wish at Tottenham

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At last, Harry Kane is set to get his wish at Tottenham
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Tottenham star man Harry Kane may finally be set to get his wish at Tottenham with his sight set away from the north London club in his quest to win trophies.

The England captain endured a frustrating outing with the north London club following their inability to secure any European competition in the coming season.

And with Kane’s contract due to run out next season, many had expected Tottenham sell off the Englishman to avoid losing on free transfer next season, especially considering the bottlenecks surrounding his contract renewal.

Now, the report reaching National Daily suggests that Kane may finally get his wish to leave Tottenham in search of trophies. Though it has been claimed that Spurs chairman Daniel Levy has little interest in selling the 29-year-old who he values at over £100million, but he may have rethink now.

Also read: Man United given hope they could still land Harry Kane

It has been reported that Tottenham owner, Joe Lewis is rather ready to sell Kane this summer instead having him as a free agent after this coming season.

National Daily gathered from the claim by The Telegraph, that Spurs’ majority owner Joe Lewis is said to have informed Levy that he is unprepared to let Kane run down his contract and become a free agent.

According to the report, Lewis has told Levy that if he cannot convince the club’s all-time top goalscorer to stay then he must be sold this summer when they can still get a huge fee.

These reports come shortly after Tottenham manager Ange Postecoglou admitted he was ‘not relaxed’ over Kane’s future.

The current development therefore means that Kane may finally get his wish to pursue titles away from Tottenham with the likes of Bayern Munich, PSG and Manchester United believed to be interested in the prolific striker.

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