Manchester City have been among the parties linked to a move for Kane in recent weeks as they may be looking for a new attacker when the transfer window opens.
The English captain has fueled the rumors by admitting on Instagram this weekend that he could leave the Spurs, declaring: “If I do not think that we are progressing as a team or that we are going in the right direction, I am not someone one to stay there fun to do. “
Kane entrusted his future to the Spurs in 2018 by signing a six-year contract that will last until 2024, but the team has come a long way since they reached the Champions League final last May, the club that sacked Mauricio Pochettino and is now facing a rise. just fight to qualify for the Champions League next season.
According to Daily Mail, Tottenham is confident to keep Kane after valuing his talisman at £ 200 million.
However, it is claimed that the Spurs know they will have a battle to keep it if they do not finish in the top four in the Premier League.
The report says that Kane believes that competing in the best competition in Europe is vital to his career and that the Spurs’ failure to qualify could cause him to leave his childhood club.
The 26-year-old has been proposed to replace Sergio Aguero when the Argentinian leaves the city, with Aguero’s Etihad contract due to expire in 2021.
Meanwhile, Juventus is said to be interested in Gabriel Jesus of City, according to reports.
Tuttosport, via the Daily Star, say the Brazilian is on a list of four to improve the Old Lady’s attack options, alongside Kane, Mauro Icardi and Timo Werner.
Jesus’ agent Giovanni Branchini recently refused to rule out a future move to Juventus for Jesus, but confirmed that he would not leave the Blues unless he was unwanted.