Harry Kane is exclusive to Manchester City for £160 million, the Spurs signed Jill in Lamera exchange, and Chelsea Harland made a bid,
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SunSport can reveal that after Spurs chairman Daniel Levy agreed to let Harry Kane join a British opponent, Harry Kane was ready to transfer at a price of 160 million pounds.
The 27-year-old Euro hero will join Manchester City for £400,000 a week.
Levy revealed his big turn to Harry and his team last Friday. A source said: “Harry is very happy. He never wanted to leave under bad conditions.
“His value has never been higher.”
The excited Kane talked about his joy in the upcoming £160 million Manchester City transfer during the best man at his brother’s wedding.
Brother Charlie, who is the agent of the England captain, shared the good news with his family and friends at the wedding last Sunday.
At the same time, Memphis Depay was officially announced by Barcelona after a free transfer last month.
The 27-year-old Dutchman agreed to join after his contract with Lyon expired at the end of last season.
He said: “In my eyes, you just say no to Barcelona.
“But (Ronald Koeman) has a big influence? Yes, very big, because I know him from the national team. He put me in the center position, which played a big role.
“In the games I played under the coach, I did a lot of things to create opportunities or score goals, so I think he made me feel comfortable playing in different ways and in different roles.
“For this I have to thank him very much, because before that I played on the side and I could also play on the left, but he tried something new with me in the middle, which is both for him and me. very effective.
“Then it became clear that he took the Barcelona step and we have been in touch since then. He tried to convince me that last season was here, I did, and the club did, and finally it happened.
“I thought it was the right moment, and then it happened. Obviously it was the influence of the coach, but you can’t say no to Barcelona, ??so I will (already) come anyway.”
Finally, if Newcastle wants to sign Mario Lemina of Southampton, they must raise their offer.
The Saints are willing to sell the Gabonese midfielder who was loaned to Fulham last season.
But they insisted on 8 million pounds-which is twice as much as the cartoon hopes to land Lemina.
Club owner Mike Ashley has already had a dispute with the Cartoon Army after revealing that he will not pay more than £4 million for the midfielder.
According to the “Daily Mail” report, it is reported that Ashley is not keen to splurge on Le Mina due to his age.
He was willing to exchange, but it turned out to be difficult because the Saints were not interested in any Newcastle players.