Bayern Munich boss Julian Nagelsmann makes Harry Kane transfer prediction – 'We'll see'

Kane wanted to leave Tottenham last summer and join Manchester City. However, Spurs chairman Daniel Levy refused to accept any of City’s offers for the player.

The Etihad club have now signed Erling Haaland to all but end their pursuit of Kane. Tottenham’s talismanic forward has thrived under Conte and earlier this month discussed the impact the Italian has had on his game.

Kane said: “Antonio has been fantastic. I’ve learned from every manager I’ve worked under.

“Antonio has probably taken fitness levels to another level for me. The mentality, being with him every day seeing the way he prepares, the way he brings his passion and brings the best out of the lads, I’ve learnt from that.

“I feel like I’m learning every year anyway and getting more experience and getting better, but with someone like Antonio it’s speeding up that process even quicker. I feel in good shape.”

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