Kane 'will tell Spurs next week he wants to JOIN Grealish at City'

Harry Kane ‘will tell Tottenham next week that he wants to JOIN Jack Grealish at Man City’ ahead of his expected £100m move from Aston Villa… with England captain to report back to Spurs’ training base on Monday

  • Tottenham’s desperately want to keep Harry Kane but they’re losing the battle
  • Aston Villa has received a £100m from Manchester City for Jack Grealish 
  • They are expected to accept and Kane reportedly wants to join his England mate 

Daniel Levy’s grip on Harry Kane is slowly slipping away, with the striker reportedly set to force through a move to Manchester City when he returns to Tottenham. 

The Citizens look to be winning their battle to sign Three Lions heroes Kane and Jack Grealish, with their £100m bid for the Aston Villa man expected to be accepted after Dean Smith’s side agreed a deal for Bayer Leverkusen winger Leon Bailey. 

Kane is still on his summer break after the striker’s season extended all the way to the Euro 2020 final, but the 28-year-old is expected to join-up with his Spurs team-mates on Monday for Covid tests ahead of pre-season training.  

Harry Kane is keen to join Jack Grealish at Manchester City as they pursue the England pair 

Daniel Levy is desperately trying to cling to Kane but the striker looks set to break free 

When he returns, the Telegraph have reported that Kane is ready for talks with Levy and will explain that he is determined to force an exit this summer. 

The prospect of the striker lining-up in City colours is a frightening one for the rest of the Premier League, with Kevin de Bruyne already waiting to provide him with assists all season.  

Sergio Aguero’s free transfer to Barcelona has left a huge void at City, but Pep Guardiola couldn’t ask for a better replacement. 

Kane would also join a strong contingent of Gareth Southgate’s key England men at the Etihad too, with Raheem Sterling, Kyle Walker and John Stones thriving under their Catalan boss.     

Kane has grown frustrated at Spurs and wants to go elsewhere to pursue more silverware 

Pep Guardiola would love to have both Kane and Grealish at his disposal for a title defence 

Grealish’s arrival would reinforce the English spine at City, as the 23-year-old stands-by for contract talks if Villa accept the record-breaking bid. 

Bailey’s imminent arrival at Villa Park in a £30m transfer signals that the Premier League side could be prepared to accept the Grealish bid. 

The winger’s exit will have a huge impact on Villa, with the captain already a legend at the club. 

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