With Harry Kane still being heavily linked with Premier League champions Manchester City, here is the latest update on the Tottenham Hotspur striker's future.
The England international reportedly told the North London outfit in May that he wants to leave the club in order to seek a new challenge and challenge for silverware.
The Sun reported that Spurs chairman Daniel Levy would allow Kane to leave, with City lining up a £160million bid for the striker who would earn a reported £400,000 a week.
The Etihad was always the preferred destination for the England skipper despite the links with fellow Premier League sides Manchester United and Chelsea as well as Paris Saint-Germain.
However, Manchester Evening News have now reported that the Citizens have no intention paying £160million for the three-time Golden Boot winner.
While reports emerged on Friday about Levy changing his stance on Kane, the M.E.N claimed that the Spurs chairman has reiterated his desire to keep their talisman for the upcoming season.
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