Former Premier League striker Nigel Jemson expects Harry Kane’s protracted move to Manchester City from Tottenham Hotspur to go to the end of the transfer window.
The England captain has been linked with a potential move to the Premier League champions throughout the transfer window.
City, though, are yet to table a bid that has met Daniel Levy’s asking price for the Spurs talisman.
Reports have suggested that an offer worth £120m has been submitted and rejected, with Spurs demanding around £150m.
Such has been the delay over any deal, Kane actually made his first appearance of the season on Sunday, as a second-half substitute, as Spurs beat Wolves 1-0 at Molineux.
The transfer window is nearing its end, of course, and Jemson expects the saga to continue to run until the final days and hours of the market, whether he leaves for the Etihad or stays in north London.
Speaking exclusively to Football FanCast, he said: “I don’t think we’re surprised with how Daniel Levy’s handling it because we know what sort of fella he is, he’s a hard taskmaster, and he’ll get the best possible deal he can for Tottenham Hotspur, that’s for sure.
“You can see this going right to the wire now.”