LONDON: Harry Kane has warned his club Tottenham that he is capable of determining his own future after the England striker tried to force his move to Manchester City.
Kane said he had already informed club chairman Daniel Levy of his intention to leave Spurs.
The striker stressed his desire to move in an interview with Gary Neville.
“Of course, it’s a moment in my career where I need to see where I am and talk transparently with the chairman.
“I hope we can talk. I’m sure he wants to plan something but in the end it’s up to me to decide my future,” Kane said.
City emerged as the 27 -year -old’s top destination despite Spurs insisting Kane would not be sold.
Tottenham believe they are in a strong position to retain the striker who still has three years left on his current contract.
The move to City is Kane’s best chance to win his coveted title, as well as play on the Champions League stage every season.