Levy will 'definitely' allow Kane to quit Tottenham this summer after 'surprise' footage I've seen - Campbell
Harry Kane “definitely” has a gentlemen’s agreement with Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy and he will be allowed to leave the club this summer.
That is according to former Arsenal and Everton striker Kevin Campbell, speaking exclusively to Football Insider about Kane’s recent interview with Gary Neville regarding his future.
The 27-year-old told Neville on the Overlap Youtube channel last week that he needs to hold talks with Daniel Levy about his future at the club.
Football Insider understands Kane is “hell bent” on quitting Spurs this summer but the club are in a strong position given the striker still has three years remaining on his deal.
Manchester United and Chelsea are both in hot pursuit of the England captain who is valued by Tottenham at £150million.
When asked by Football Insider‘s Dylan Childs for his thoughts on Kane’s comments on the Overlap, Campbell said:
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“Everyone would be up in arms if that was Paul Pogba and we are talking about the England captain here.
“It is a surprise and then again it isn’t a surprise. He definitely has a gentlemen’s agreement with Daniel Levy. You never see player’s do interviews like that.
“There is definitely an agreement that he is allowed to leave and rightly so because he has shown that club an incredible amount of loyalty.
“Spurs fans will not begrudge him leaving, not one bit. Everyone realises that his decision deserves to be respected.”