Harry Kane told he can expect tense meeting with Levy over Tottenham future
Tottenham striker Harry Kane is expected to meet with chairman Daniel Levy to discuss his future after declaring he wants to leave, but former Spurs man Dimitar Berbatov has warned the striker he faces a tense ordeal.
Kane is determined to leave north London this summer in a big do win trophies.
The 27-year-old is believed to want to move to Manchester City, with Pep Guardiola also interested in signing him.
However, Levy is adamant he won't be going anywhere, despite reportedly making a gentleman's agreement with him allowing him to leave.
Kane admitted during an interview with Gary Neville that he is set to meet Levy to iron out the details and try to get an agreement in place for him to go.
Berbatov is doubtful that he'll have it that easy, however, as he explained the chairman will be a tough negotiator.
The Bulgarian striker handed in a transfer request at White Hart Lane back in 2008 as he looked to push through a move away, eventually earning himself a transfer to Manchester United.
But Berbatov explained this week that his experience with Levy was "tough", and insisted the striker needs to do what is best for himself.
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"Handing in a transfer request will be a different experience for every player," he said to Betfair.
"Some players are confident, they go in there with their head held high and all pumped up and others will be quite nervous and tense.
"When I put in a transfer request at Spurs I was somewhere in the middle of that, I was following my path and that gave me confidence not to be tense and nervous but at the same time I wasn't overconfident, I just knew that it was something I had needed to do.
"It was disappointing for the club and the fans but it was the last step in my development that I needed to take, and I did.
"It's so long ago now, it's hard to remember exactly how it happened but I was with my agent and my lawyer and we presented the club with the letter and had a tense meeting, but the rest is history.
"It was a strange moment because know that it's disappointing for people, but you need to be strong and follow your path, and this happens in football."
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