Harry Kane tipped to leave Tottenham ‘straight after’ Euro 2020 final in Daniel Levy claim

Kane stays in the race for Euro 2020 Golden Boot

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Harry Kane has been tipped to leave Tottenham straight after Euro 2020 has concluded this weekend. That is the verdict from ex-Spurs striker Teddy Sheringham. Manchester City have enquired about the England international but Daniel Levy has insisted he is not for sale.

Ex-Tottenham striker Sheringham has tipped Kane to leave Spurs immediately after Euro 2020 final.

He reckons that the England international has an agreement with club chief Levy over a move away.

It comes after months of speculation over his future with news breaking towards the end of the season that Kane wanted to leave to further his career.

The 27-year-old has spent his entire professional career with Tottenham but has never touched a single piece of silverware.

Instead, he has had to watch others leave the club and win trophies – including the likes of Kyle Walker, Kieran Trippier and Juan Foyth.

City have registered the biggest interest in his services while Chelsea and Manchester United are also interested.

Real Madrid have been long-term suitors but their financial situation has restrained them while Kane is thought to prefer to stay in the Premier League.

And Sheringham believes the Londoner will be packing his bags very soon after England’s match against Italy this weekend.

He told YouTube channel The United Stand: “I’d be very surprised if he doesn’t move straight after the Euros after what he said.

“If he hasn’t got some sort of deal with Levy, I’d be very surprised.

“For him to come out and say what he said and then still be at Tottenham next year, I can’t see that happening.

“If it does, it might work in [Man City’s] favour, because he’s talked about playing with De Bruyne, that would make them phenomenal for the next four or five years.

“If he does have to stay at Tottenham and Cavani stays for the next year, that might work in Harry Kane’s favour for Harry Kane to go to United then.

“City need a centre-forward now with Aguero leaving, so we’ll have to wait and see really.

“But I’d be really surprised if Kane was still at Tottenham at the start of the season.”

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