Premier League: Harry Kane turned down new Tottenham contract after failed transfer to Manchester City

Premier League: Harry Kane turned down a new Tottenham contract after failed transfer to Manchester City- After a failed transfer to the defending champions Manchester City, Harry Kane decided to stay put at Tottenham, for the meanwhile. “It was incredible to see the reception from the Spurs fans on Sunday and to read some of the messages of support I’ve had in the last few weeks,” said Kane in his tweet. Tottenham rejected two official bids by Manchester City of €122m and €150m.

Premier League: Harry Kane turned down new Tottenham contract after failed transfer to Manchester City

The Athletic claims the forward turned down a bumper new deal after sitting down with Daniel Levy and Fabio Paratici when he returned from his summer holiday on August 7 and there is said to be little appetite from Kane’s camp to sign an extension.

Currently, Manchester City midfielder Kevin De Bruyne is the top flight’s top earner with a salary of £385,000-a-week and Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea is second with £375,000-a-week wages.

There had been reports that Kane would enter talks over a new contract but wanted the club to make him the Premier League’s biggest earner with a salary of £400,000-a-week.

Premier League: Tottenham ready to give Harry Kane a £100,000-a-week pay rise after rejecting Man City offer

Harry Kane has three years left on his £230,000-a-week contract and could try to force a move out of Spurs again. Thus, Levy and Tottenham are considering giving Kane a whopping £100,000k-a-week raise in order to keep him at the club.

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Tottenham is now preparing to offer him £330,000-a -week to try to keep him at the club until 2027, just before he turns 34.

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