Harry Kane is set to join Manchester City in a £160M deal after Daniel Levy gave the green light, according to The Sun.

Kane was arguably the best player in the Premier League last campaign, having topped the charts both in terms of goals and assists.

Towards the end of the season, speculation began to bubble over whether Kane could depart Spurs this summer.

While there has been no movement on that front to date, with Kane competing in Euro 2020 with England, it now appears as though he could get his move.

As per The Sun, Spurs chairman Levy, who was previously against selling Kane, has agreed to allow him to join another Premier League club.

Man City are thought to be prepared to pay a whopping £160M to get the deal over the line, as well as paying Kane £400K-a-week.

If the report proves to be true, it will make Kane the best-paid player in the Premier League, as well as one of the most expensive footballers in history.

City mean business…

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This article first appeared on BenchWarmers and was syndicated with permission.

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