On The Ball: Harry Kane looms large over City game as Spurs chief plays hardball

Harry Kane's determination to leave Spurs represents rejection. PHOTO: REUTERS
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It is the double winners against a player who did a personal double. Manchester City won the English Premier League and the League Cup last season. Harry Kane scored the most goals and created the most.

If his potential transfer suggests a union between the two should forge an unstoppable side, there is a Daniel Levy-shaped obstacle. Tottenham's chairman is an infamously tough negotiator.

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