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And now, according to the Daily Telegraph, City will make a third and final take-it-or-leave-it offer before the window closes in just over a week.
Kane made his first Premier League appearance of the season for Spurs on Sunday against Wolverhampton Wanderers and was given a warm reception by the travelling supporters, who chanted “he’s one of our own” before his 72nd minute substitute.
Kane was a menace in his brief cameo and, almost immediately, forced an early save from Jose Sa.
After the game, Kane took to Twitter and wrote: “Brilliant battling win," accompanied by a picture of him clapping the away fans at Molineux.
The Spurs forward is under contract until 2024 and that has proved to be a major stumbling block in his desire to move on.
Just last week, Sky Sports reporter Kaveh Solhekol claimed that he believed Kane’s transfer to City was “imminent”.
During ‘The Transfer Show’, Solhekol added that the reigning Premier League champions are ready to increase their bid for the 28-year-old to £150m - suggested to be Levy’s valuation.
As you can imagine, the uncertainty around Kane will continue to swirl until the transfer deadline hits in eight days, but will the Spurs chairman finally cave in to City’s demands? Watch this space.
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