Harry Kane feels Tottenham chairman, Daniel Levy, has broken promises and remains determined to join Manchester City this month.
According to the Daily Mail, sources close to Kane claim that during a meeting at the start of last season, Levy agreed to let the striker leave if Spurs failed to qualify for the Champions League or win silverware.
During the summit, it is said Kane was told by the chairman that Spurs, then coached by Jose Mourinho, would compete for trophies and for the top four.
Kane was led to believe that if those goals were not met, the club would allow him to leave.
Kane, who signed a six-year deal in 2018, had meetings with Levy to discuss his concerns even before last year’s talks. It is claimed he has not been happy at Spurs for at least 18 months.
The Kane camp believe there has been communication between Spurs and City over the past year, which is why he expected to join the champions this summer.
City’s latest offer is worth £125m, though Spurs’ minimum valuation is £150m.
Kane left for Euro 2020 under the impression that Tottenham would sanction his exit ahead of the new season.
Despite this, Spurs are adamant Kane is not for sale, a stance the striker views as a broken promise from Levy.
There is frustration from Kane that his impeccable reputation has been called into question.