Chelsea, Manchester United,Real Madrid and PSG have been hit by the sad news after one of their top transfer targets and Tottenham current star forward, who recently asked to leave his current club for a move to a different club so that he could get a chance to win trophies.
According to talkSPORT, the 27 year old striker favors a move to Manchester City than to the rest of Real Madrid, Chelsea, Manchester United and PSG. Mean while The Athletic reports that Kane was keen to City last summer but chairman Daniel Levy refused any move.
Kane would be reluctant to join Chelsea, with the relationship between Chelsea and bitter rivals Tottenham Hotspurs sour at the moment.Daniel Levy soul also not favour any move to Chelsea.If Kane ends up at City then the rest have to look elsewhere for a striker signing.
These clubs and their fans would love their club to sign top strikers like Harry Kane to help them compete for titles. So what do you think about this? Like, comment, share and follow.
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