Kane has dropped a bombshell on Tottenham by telling the club that he wants to leave after a poor season for the north London outfit.

 

Spurs are set to miss out on Champions League football for the second year running and the 27-year-old is now prepared to move on in order to win trophies somewhere else.

 

 

Levy is known for being a frustrating negotiator and wants a fee of £150m for Kane, but in the current climate, achieving such a figure may be unrealistic.

 

Chelsea, Manchester City and Manchester United have contacted the forward’s representatives to express their interest and Hutchison believes Kane will push for a move this summer.

 

 

He stressed that if the striker puts pressure on Levy to let him go the Spurs chairman cannot afford a public fight with his star striker, further alienating him.

 

“If Harry Kane has spoken to his agent he is aware that one of the three clubs in England are really serious about taking him”, Hutchison said on ESPN FC.

 

 

“Harry Kane knocks on the door to Daniel Levy and he says, I have given you unbelievable service, for however long Harry Kane has been at Tottenham, I have been incredibly loyal, I have scored the goals, I have tried my utmost and I want to go away from this football club.

 

“At end of the day, Daniel Levy will have to sell him.

 

“He can’t afford to get into a slanging match with Harry Kane and at the start of the season, Harry Kane will say I am not going to play and he is then sitting on the bench.

 

“That’s not going to happen. Harry Kane is not that type of person. It is not in his make-up.”

 

Kane wants his future sorted out before the European Championship but negotiations are expected to drag on for much longer.