Tottenham Striker, Harry Kane Accuses Daniel Levy Of Broken Promises As Spurs Block Man City's £125M Bid

Tottenham striker, Harry Kane has accused the club's chairman, Daniel Levy of breaking his promise to let him leave the club this summer.

Sources close to the England captain insisted he will continue to give everything to Spurs, despite feeling that the London club has not matched his ambitions. 

Kane's camp claims it was agreed he would be permitted to leave if Spurs didn't win a trophy or qualify for the Champions League last season. The England captain still has his heart set on a transfer to Manchester City before the August 31 deadline.

However, Kane, 28, wants to regain the trust and faith of Spurs supporters and already vowed to give 100 per cent if he is called upon.

According to Sportsmail, Kane was dropped for the trip to Portugal for Wednesday's Europa Conference League play-off tie against Pacos de Ferreira. 

Head coach Nuno Espirito Santo decided to leave him behind so he can continue working on his fitness ahead of Sunday's trip to Wolves.

Sources close to Kane claim that during a meeting at the start of last season, Levy agreed to let the striker leave if Spurs failed to qualify for the Champions League or win silverware. 


During the summit, it is said Kane was told by the chairman that Spurs, then coached by Jose Mourinho, would compete for trophies and the top four.


The Kane camp believes there has been communication between Spurs and City over the past year, which is why he expected to join the champions this summer.

City's latest offer is worth £125m, though Spurs' minimum valuation is £150m.

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