Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane is a big target for Premier League holders Manchester City in this summer's transfer window. Manchester City started the current transfer window with a serious interest in both Jack Grealish and Harry Kane. The Premier League champions have been able to secure the transfer of Grealishfor a British record deal of £100m, while they are yet to make a breakthrough for Kane. Both Kane and Grealish were part of the England squad at the European Championship.

Manchester City made a bid of £100m for Kane in June but it was turned down by Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy who demanded for £150m at least. Kane will most likely leave Spurs if the Premier League champions meet the financial requirements needed to sign him and they have already identified Everton attacker Dominic Calvert-Lewin as a possible replacement for him.

Journalist Pete O’Rourke told The Football Terrace podcast that Spurs are planning to sign Everton star Calvert-Lewin as the replacement for Kane if he leaves the club to sign for Manchester City.
For now, Kane remains a Spurs player and he's on course to feature for them at the start of the new Premier League campaign. Ironically, Kane and Spurs entertain Manchester City for their first game of the new season.

Premier League champions Manchester City have already agreed personal terms with Kane and will have to reach an agreement with Spurs on a transfer fee for him. A recent report from The Athletic stated that the Premier League holders were willing to go as high as £130m for him.

Tottenham have made a stance on Kane and that's for Manchester City to pay the premium fee demanded for the England international. Everton star Calvert-Lewin was his understudy at the European Championship this summer and he could replace him at Spurs.