Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane is keen on leaving our London rivals this summer amid interest from Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea.
According to The Athletic via Tribal Football, Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy might be more interested in Chelsea’s proposal for Kane over one from Manchester City.
This is because any cash-plus-player deal that Chelsea offer will likely be more affordable, and the Blues can offer Spurs players in positions they want to strengthen.
Levy is reportedly interested in Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham, who he sees as replacement for Kane.
Spurs are also looking to strengthen their defence with Toby Alderweireld potentially leaving the club this summer.
Levy could request for Andreas Christensen or Kurt Zouma to be added in any deal for Kane.