Tottenham chief Levy told to 'grow up' and play ball with Man City over new Kane bid - Campbell
Kevin Campbell has told Tottenham supremo Daniel Levy to “get real” amid the latest in Harry Kane’s ongoing transfer saga.
The Arsenal icon, speaking exclusively to Football Insider, reacted to the latest claims on the striker’s future.
On 18th August, The Telegraph reported that Kane’s camp believe City have placed a new bid worth £125million.
However is was also claimed Levy is refusing to pick up the phone to City chiefs as they are yet to match Kane’s reported £150million price tag.
Campbell has told City to just pay what Levy wants so everyone can move on from this turbulent transfer saga.
“Levy has £125million reasons to sell,” Campbell told Football Insider correspondent Ben Wild.
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“At the end of the day, every player has a value. If that value is met, a discussion can take place.
“Kane is off, he wants out and Man City tried to play the low ball game but Spurs stood their ground.
“Levy needs to get real and grow up a bit. The window is closing a in a few weeks, something needs to happen.
“Now the Spurs v Man City game is over put the bid in, pay what Tottenham want.
“Pay the money, everyone is happy and we can all forget about this.”
Spurs beat Manchester City 1-0 on the season’s opening day as Son Heung-Min’s goal proved to be the difference.
However, Nuno Espirito Santos’ young side were beaten by Portuguese side Pacos de Ferreira in the UEFA Conference League on Thursday.