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Tottenham chief Daniel Levy chooses between Man Utd, Chelsea and Man City for Harry Kane

Harry Kane’s future at Tottenham has been thrown into major doubt this week following some outspoken comments from the striker and Daniel Levy has reportedly already made clear what discussions will look like.

With Tottenham missing out on Champions League football for the second consecutive year, Kane appears to be getting itchy feet at Spurs.

Harry Kane’s future at Tottenham has been thrown into major doubt this week following some outspoken comments from the striker and Daniel Levy has reportedly already made clear what discussions will look like.

With Tottenham missing out on Champions League football for the second consecutive year, Kane appears to be getting itchy feet at Spurs.

The England captain is desperate to be regularly competing for titles on the world’s biggest stage.

But he’s been unable to do that at Tottenham ever since they lost to Liverpool in the 2019 Champions League final.

Jose Mourinho replaced Mauricio Pochettino later that year to try and bring Tottenham back up the table.

And a big summer of change last year originally led to some immediate success as Spurs looked as though they were going to mount a title challenge.

All hopes of that subsided over the festive period though as results took a turn for the worse.

Mourinho has since been sacked with Ryan Mason taking charge on a temporary basis with Tottenham heading into the final game of the season against Leicester hoping to win just to potentially qualify for the inaugural Europa Conference League.

That’s not the kind of competition Kane wants to be playing in clearly as reports emerged earlier this week that the striker was looking to leave.

Chelsea, Manchester United and Manchester City are all said to have made enquiries for the striker.

Tottenham chairman Levy doesn’t want to sell his prized asset though with reports suggesting it would take a bid in excess of £100million for the club to even consider cashing in.

Spurs will not want to strengthen any club they see as a direct rival in the Premier League.

But the Daily Star suggest Levy has a preference should Kane make it abundantly clear he wants to leave to another club in England.

It is claimed the Tottenham chief would ‘be more likely to do business’ with City over any other side.

That may well prove to be a hammer blow for Chelsea and United, who both are looking to strengthen up front this summer.

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