Tottenham chief Daniel Levy 'furious' with Harry Kane as forward hit with two-weeks fine

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    Kane was furious a supposed “gentlemen’s agreement,” allowing the striker to leave the club if they failed to qualify for the Champions League, was not upheld.

    Manchester City were very keen in adding the mercurial striker to their arsenal of attacking options, but could not convince Spurs chairman Daniel Levy to sell.

    The Athletic also reported Pep Guardiola’s side tabled bids of £75m with £25m of add-ons, before submitting one final Hail Mary of an offer of £100m with £20m of add-ons.

    Unfortunately for The Citizens, their long and public chasing of the striker has concluded with Levy on the winning side.

    The reigning champions are reportedly chasing Cristiano Ronaldo, whose future is also uncertain coming into the final days of the transfer window. 



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