Man Utd target Harry Kane has a “one-year notice agreement” with Daniel Levy to allow him to leave Tottenham, according to Bleacher Report football insider Dean Jones.
Kane faces an uncertain future in north London after insisting he won’t stay at Tottenham “for the sake of it”.
Spurs are apparently ‘furious’ and ‘exasperated’ with the striker, leading to suggestions that they could sanction a world-record move to Manchester United.
And when Bleacher Report‘s football insider Jones was asked what would happen to Kane this summer, he replied: “Tottenham chairman Levy does not want to sell Kane to another Prem club ideally, especially now with the chances him getting 200M pounds is not going to happen in this climate.
“For the first time, Kane is definitely thinking about leaving Spurs and I’m told he has a one-year notice agreement with Levy to make that happen. Spurs would waive it if he leaves for a club abroad…Real Madrid basically…but as it stands nobody can afford Harry Kane. So he’ll have to see out through the year with Spurs.”
On where Man Utd-linked Jadon Sancho will play his football next season, Jones added: “As it stands, If I were to choose a club tomorrow it would be United. They can pay him best.
“They are selling the deal based on heritage and tradition giving him the No. 7 shirt and turn him into the poster boy. The big drawback is whether or not United are playing CL football next season. If he had a choice right now, it would be United.
“Rashford is happy for Sancho to join…Utd dream of a front three of Martial Sancho and Rashford that would be one of the best front threes in the world.
“Having a dig at City would be an added bonus.”
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