Tottenham: Harry Kane’s stance has changed in an unexpected new way

Tottenham are now ready to cash in on Harry Kane if he won’t sign a new contract, sources have told Football Insider.

Spurs have offered the 29-year-old a new contract which would not only improve his current £200,000-per-week wages but also make him one of the Premier League’s top earners.

However, Kane is ready to quit this summer in search of silverware and a new opportunity.

Football Insider revealed on Monday (24 July) that Man United is the striker’s preferred destination this summer despite strong interest from Bayern Munich.

Kane had been United’s top priority heading into the summer window – but they will have to sell fringe players in order to make a move for the England captain.

An additional hurdle Man United will face is Tottenham’s reluctance to sell the hitman to a Premier League rival.

A well-placed source has told Football Insider that £100million is likely to be enough to strike a deal with Spurs.

Football Insider revealed on Monday (24 July) that Bayern are preparing to submit a third bid worth nearly £100million after seeing two offers rejected.

The Bundesliga winners are in regular contact with Kane’s camp and believe they have a firm verbal agreement with the player despite his preference to join Man United.

He notched 30 goals and three assists in 38 Premier League games last season – a tally bettered only by Man City’s Erling Haaland.

The race for his signature has been sparked into life by Kane’s reluctance to pen a new Spurs contract – with his current deal expiring in less than 12 months.

In other news, Daniel Levy set to land record-breaking Tottenham payout.

Revealed: Daniel Levy set to land record-breaking Tottenham payout

Tottenham chief Daniel Levy is expected to remain the highest-paid director in the Premier League for the 2023/24 season, Football Insider can reveal.

The 61-year-old is the longest-serving chairman in the top flight after holding his role at Spurs since 2001.

Tottenham’s latest financial accounts for the 2021/22 season revealed Levy earns £3.3million per year, ranking him as the highest-earning director in the Premier League.

Brighton’s Paul Barber is placed second with an annual salary of £2.9million, while Chelsea’s former chief executive Marina Granovskaia ranked third with a pay of £2.2million.

Football Insider understands that Levy is set to remain as the highest-paid director in the league, with Spurs continuing to pay him north of £3million per season.

Levy was heavily involved in Tottenham’s move from White Hart Lane to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium after helping to organise and finance the £1billion construction of the new venue.

The club’s income has soared during his tenure, with the club posting revenues of £444million in 2021/22.

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