Tottenham chief Daniel Levy fired brutal Harry Kane transfer warning ahead of £127m bid

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Former Tottenham forward David Ginola has warned Daniel Levy that he could be fighting a losing battle in his efforts to keep Harry Kane at the club this summer. The 27-year-old striker is desperate to leave north London before this month’s transfer deadline, with Manchester City understood to be keen admirers.

Kane has been training by himself over the past week during his period of isolation at the club’s Spurs Lodge facility after returning from his summer holiday.

The England skipper is believed to be keen on fighting for silverware at City, with Spurs having failed to win a single trophy since their League Cup triumph in 2008.

However, Levy is said to be opposed to a move as he looks to retain the services of Kane into the new campaign and beyond.

City have already seen a bid of £100million rejected by the 59-year-old, but the Premier League champions are not prepared to give up the chase just yet.

Director of football Txiki Begiristain is said to be readying a second offer in the region of £127m in order to test Levy’s resolve.

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It remains to be seen whether such a bid would be successful, with Spurs reportedly looking to hold out for at least £150m.

Ginola, who made 112 appearances for the club between 1997 and 2000, has suggested that Kane’s wish to leave will eventually be granted if he is truly set on finding a new challenge.

However, the Frenchman implored Levy to retain his firm stance against a move if Spurs are to stand any chance of ending their trophy drought in the near future.

“If Harry Kane has made his mind up about leaving Spurs then there’s nothing you can do about that because the pressure is on the club, on him and the players,” Ginola told talkSPORT.

“This is a problem. You are starting the season and you always want to start the season on the good foot.

“I think the situation about Kane and Tottenham, it’s about the entire club. And a question of respect as well.

“Tottenham is a huge club now. For Harry Kane, does he want to stay at Spurs and make them great?

“For Daniel Levy, it’s a huge task because the fans are waiting for the decision, and hopefully the decision will be for Harry to stay because if you want to win trophies then you need to keep the best players and invest in other players.”

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Kane is expected to return to full training on Friday if he is able to provide a negative COVID-19 test, according to Sky Sports.

Spurs will face City in their opening match of the new Premier League season on Sunday as they look to mount a renewed assault on the division’s upper reaches.

New boss Nuno Espirito Santo recently admitted that Kane could be set to feature against the club he so desperately wants to join this summer.

“All the players in the squad that work on a daily basis will be options for us, then it’s up to us to decide,” the 47-year-old told Sky Sports News earlier this week.

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