Harry Kane asks to leave … and three clubs are negotiating with him


Sky Sports reported on Monday that Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane has informed the English Premier League club of his intention to leave this summer as the England international hopes to determine his future ahead of next month’s European Championship.

Kane has a contract with the north London club until 2024, which could hinder any possible move by another club to obtain the services of the “27-year-old” player, whose value is estimated at more than 100 million pounds ($ 141.42 million).

Sky said that Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea were in contact with Kane’s representatives.

Kane scored 22 goals and set up 13 to top the Premier League players this season.

Kane is competing for the Golden Boot, an award he won twice in the past, with Mohamed Salah, the Liverpool player, who also scored 22 goals two games before the end.

Last month, Kane expressed his disappointment not to win titles with Tottenham, although the outstanding player continued to win individual awards.

Tottenham missed a chance to win their first title since 2008 when they lost to City in the League Cup final last month.

Speculation about Kean’s future has increased after Tottenham, who were top of the league in December, fell into the standings due to a series of disappointing performances that led to the sacking of former coach Jose Mourinho.

Tottenham, sixth-placed with 59 points, has a slim chance to end the season in the semi-finals and qualify for the Champions League next season, but it depends on Chelsea’s fourth (64 points) and Liverpool fifth (63 points) loss for points.

Tottenham host Aston Villa on Tuesday before facing Leicester City III on the final day of the season.


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