Who will win the tug of war for Kane: City, United or Levy?

Manchester rivals set to offer big money but Spurs determined to hang on to England striker.

SOCCER: Harry Kane is set to be offered a £300,000-a-week contract by both Manchester City and Manchester United in a bid to tempt him away from Tottenham, according to the Daily Mirror.

However, Kane is facing the prospect of having to go to war with Daniel Levy to force through a summer move. The Times and Telegraph report that the Tottenham chairman is adamant the England captain will not be sold. Levy is reportedly holding out for £150million for the striker.

What all the papers seem to agree on, is that Kane's first choice is Manchester City.

"Prem champs City are thought to be Kane's preferred option," say The Sun who believe it is a straight fight between the two Manchester sides to land the 27-year-old.

That view is reflected in the betting, with City and United both 2/1 with Sky Bet to land Kane in the summer.

Kane remaining at Tottenham is still favourite, however, at 11/8.

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Dyche wants to work with the 'top players at the top level'

SOCCER: Sean Dyche has opened up on his future at Burnley and admitted "there's always an itch to work with top players at the top level".

His quotes were in relation to links with the Crystal Palace job following the announcement of Roy Hodgson's departure.

Dyche is 11/4 third favourite for the Palace job behind Steve Cooper (2/1) and Frank Lampard (5/2).

However, his comments suggest he would be looking higher up the Premier League for his next prospective job.

"You can have all the ambition, but eventually you need the opportunity."

Dyche, who only has a year left on his deal at Turf Moor, is a 40/1 shot to replace Jose Mourinho at Tottenham.

USA to have 'tribal' backing at the Ryder Cup

GOLF: September's Ryder Cup will have "the full capacity crowd" at Whistling Straits, with the US organisers promising Europe they will get to experience "the tribal atmosphere that's so important".

"Our plan is to have the greatest Ryder Cup in history," said Seth Waugh, the chief executive. "I think the world is ready to have a party."

That party doesn't look like extending to a European audience, however, with Waugh hinting that travel restrictions could limit the support for Padriag Harrington's men.

"We realise the world still has a lot of challenges out there, but from a US perspective we think everything is going to happen fast," he added.

USA are 4/6 to win the trophy outright, with Europe 6/4 with Sky Bet. A tie is priced at 14/1.

* All odds correct at time of publication

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