English Premier LeagueThe head of Tottenham warns Harry Kane
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Tottenham CEO Daniel Levy has warned Harry Kane that he will do what is best for the club as the striker looks to the summer exit.


What did Daniel Levy say?

Harry Kane is encouraged to bring his 12-year career at Spurs to an end after another trophy-free campaign in 2020-21, with the 27-year-old openly admitting that he is motivated to add basic silver pieces to his resume over the next few years. Daniel understands Harry’s frustrations, but says he will have the final say on his future with incoming sporting director Fabio Paratici. Daniel Levy, when asked about Harry Kane, told the club’s official website that he was never going to talk about any particular player in public and all Daniel would say is his disappointment in not winning, shared with him and all fans and players. They all want to win. One of the points that Fabio Paratici will have to deal with when he walks in is which players are going to keep, who will be asked to look for other clubs. There is a market there, according to Levy. What they want and what other clubs want is not always possible to achieve. They will do whatever suits the club.


Harry would rather stay in the Premier League

Harry Kane may have to push for a transfer to fulfill his trophy ambitions, given the fact that Spurs have not tried success in any competition since the 2008 Carabao Cup. England International is short on potential nagging, with the likes of Man Utd, Real Madrid and Man City reportedly weighing summer bids on the man who scored 33 goals in 49 games for the Lilywhites in the last deadline. Harry Kane has said that he would prefer to stay in the Premier League, where he is now just 94 goals behind Alan Shearer’s all-point record, and he could well go past that mark, playing for any of the Manchester giants. However, it remains to be seen how well the forward will perform with the extra weight of anticipation that comes with playing for the biggest clubs, meaning Tottenham can still convince him to stay put and seal his place as club legend.