Levy gave Kane an ultimatum
While Daniel Levy may have made it clear publicly that he is desperate to keep Harry Kane in north London this summer, Telegraph reports that this summer the Tottenham chairman may be forced to cash in on his attacking icon.
Club owner Joe Lewis has reportedly told Levy that he does not want the England skipper to leave next summer on a free transfer and Kane can finally be handed his move from the English capital before the transfer window closes.
While Spurs could have paid £120m for their record-breaking striker this summer, it has been suggested that Kane is firmly set on a move to German giants Bayern Munich in the coming weeks.
After scoring 30 Premier League goals last season and leading England to the World Cup quarter-finals in the Qatar winter, the reigning Bundesliga champions have already faced two official bids rejected this summer and are desperate to finally get their hands on Kane’s signature.
Tottenham are preparing a stunning attack on Mbappe
While north London fans may have resigned themselves to the fact that Kane will finally get permission to move out of the capital this summer, brand suggest that Tottenham’s hierarchy is eyeing who will be a terrific replacement.
After PSG announced over the weekend that Kylian Mbappé would not be joining the rest of the squad on a pre-season trip to Asia, the French heavyweights have made it clear they will force the 24-year-old out of their doors this summer.
In the midst of what has become a wonderful summer saga, the French skipper has made it clear he is willing to skip the last 12 months of his contract in Paris in order to get a free crossing from Princes Park next year.
Celebrating 29 Ligue 1 goals last season and widely regarded as world football’s most valuable asset, Marca’s report suggests Spurs are weighing in on what could be one of the most stunning strikes of the modern era.
City and Chelsea battling for Olize
While Chelsea may have watched a number of first-team stars make their way out of Stamford Bridge this summer, it’s no secret that Mauricio Pochettino has a real job in west London.
The ex-Tottenham boss wants to exploit a host of new attacking opportunities before the window closes. RMC Sport Chelsea management are reportedly closing in on a deal for Crystal Palace’s Michael Olise.
While it could also be assumed that reigning Premier League champions Manchester City are also keeping an eye on the 21-year-old at Selhurst Park, RMC reports the Blues have already agreed a deal in principle for Oliza this summer.
His current deal with Roy Hodgson side is reported to have a £35m release clause and the former Reading starlet is believed to be aiming to complete the move across the capital within the next six weeks.
Hoylund wants his move to Manchester United completed immediately
While Manchester United could announce that attacking talisman Marcus Rashford has signed a new five-year deal, Erik ten Hag has a new number nine at the very top of his summer wish list.
After failing to pull off a daring raid on Kane last month, it looks like the former Ajax boss has determined that Atalanta’s Rasmus Høylund is the number one target this summer.
Enjoying a breakout campaign with La Dea last season and a growing comparison with Erling Haaland, the 20-year-old shooter is regarded as one of Europe’s hottest young bombers.
While it could be assumed this month that Atalanta are valuing their attacking MVP at £85m, Communication It is reported that the Danish international has already agreed a long-term deal with Old Trafford and wants his promotion to the Premier League completed immediately.
Hammers confident Alvarez’s attack is over
After it was finally announced last week that Declan Rice had completed his £105m move to Arsenal, West Ham know they have a huge void in the middle of the park to fill this summer.
Watching Fulham turn down a second bid of over £50m for Joao Paligno, Football insider The Hammers have reportedly turned their attention to Ajax’s Edson Alvarez.
Assuming Ajax were willing to cash in on the Mexican player if they received an offer of around £40m, David Moyes determined Alvarez had the number one option to replace Rice at the London stadium.
Closely linked to a move to Chelsea during the January transfer window earlier in the year, the 25-year-old is believed to be interested in the idea of completing his Premier League move before the transfer window closes.