Levy’s ‘furious’ reaction at Harry Kane’s exit plan and hint at next club

Daniel Levy is 'furious' with Harry Kane 's plans to leave Spurs as the chairman reportedly feels disrespected by the striker's comments.

The 27-year-old went public with his desire to leave Tottenham this week as he wants to end his 16-year stay with the London club.

Manchester City and Manchester United have emerged as potential suitors for Kane while Chelsea are also in the frame for his signature.

Kane hopes to have an 'honest conversation' with Levy over his future and that he will grant his wish of finding him a new team.

But according to the Daily Mail, Levy is raging that Kane's intentions went out into the public domain as he was interviewed by Gary Neville on his new show The Overlap.

Spurs were fully aware of his stance but had hoped those talks could continue in private and Levy now feels 'disrespected' that they didn't.

Kane told Neville that he was going to decide his future, not Levy, and felt that an offer of £100million would be enough for Spurs to sell their prized asset.

But Levy will not consider letting him go unless it's north of £150m.

Pep Guardiola's side are the bookie's favourites to win the race for his signature and it seems to be Kane's preferred destination as he reportedly asked City players what it's like living in Manchester on international duty with England last month.

They left the camp with the impression that he was heading to the Etihad in the near future.

Kane also praised City star Kevin DeBruyne, calling him the best crosser of the ball he's ever seen and that he would be a striker's dream to play with.

He said: "When I watch De Bruyne play he's a special, special player and some of the balls I see him put in for City are just a striker's dream, if I'm honest.

"He's outstanding with the ball, off the ball, pressing, but his delivery is as good as I've ever seen."

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