Transfer news and rumours LIVE: Levy won't budge on Kane

Posted Sunday, August 15, 2021 by

Perica departs Watford for Tel Aviv

Stipe Perica has completed a move from Watford to Maccabi Tel Aviv, the Israeli club confirmed.

Perica is set to arrive in the coming days for a medical and will sign a one-year deal with an option to extend.

The Croatian scored one goal in 16 total appearances for Watford in the Championship.

'If the manager needs Kane he will be professional'

Tottenham goalkeeper Hugo Lloris is in no doubt that Harry Kane will continue to show a professional attitude despite constant transfer links to Manchester City.

Kane is the subject of a reported £127million ($175m) offer from City and is apparently keen to move on after spending his entire career in north London.

Levy won't budge on Kane

Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy won't budge on Harry Kane as Manchester City press his club to sell the striker, according to The Telegraph.

Levy will surely see Manchester City leadership on Sunday as the teams meet on the pitch, but he is said to be unwavering in his plan to keep his best player through the transfer deadline.

Kane, however, has expressed his desire to leave and could choose to make things difficult for Levy in the coming weeks.

Transfer news and rumours LIVE: Levy won't budge on Kane

Vieira begs for Palace additions

Crystal Palace head coach Patrick Vieira made a public plea for club leadership to approve transfer additions before the window closes.

His comments came after his men were thrashed 3-0 by Chelsea to open the season.

"When you look at the bench we had today, I think the young players did really well in pre-season, but are not ready for that level," he told reporters.

"It’s just showing we need to work, and work hard, to bring in a couple of players. We are a little bit short on numbers, and the young players we had on the bench are not ready to play at this level yet."

Celtic could be usurped in Henry chase

Celtic are in danger of being usurped by Gent in their pursuit of Thomas Henry, writes the Daily Record.

The Leuven striker is two seasons removed from a 21-goal output in Belgium's first division.



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