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Tottenham Hotspur Reportedly Rejected Manchester City's Bid for Harry Kane in January

Harry Kane has told Tottenham that he wishes to leave the club in the summer
Harry Kane has told Tottenham that he wishes to leave the club in the summer / Pool/Getty Images

Manchester City reportedly had a bid for Harry Kane turned down by Tottenham during the January transfer window.

The England international has told Spurs that he wants to leave in the summer as he wants to seek a fresh start and improve his chances of winning trophies. According to reports, Pep Guardiola's side are leading the race to sign the wantaway striker in the upcoming transfer window, with Manchester United and Chelsea also interested in tapping up the 27-year-old.

The Daily Star has revealed that City were interested in Kane long before the news went public, and they approached Spurs over a potential transfer in January. However, club chairman Daniel Levy batted away the interest, but might be hard-pressed this time around.

Levy values Kane well above the £100million mark, but might be forced to compromise on his asking price considering the current financial climate. Kane has admitted publicly that he wants to leave Tottenham in the summer and has even requested Levy to consider bids for him.

The report adds that Kane is keen to figure out his future before the summer's Euro 2020 and could potentially play his final game for Tottenham when they take on Leicester on Sunday.