Kane is believed to have informed Spurs of his desire to leave the club this summer, with the striker collecting a haul of individual accolades but yet to win a major honour during his time in the English capital.
However, The Mirror claims that the three sides have missed the deadline to strike a deal for Kane before the Euros kicked off, and they may now be forced to wait another month as England compete for continental glory.
The report adds that Kane would rather stay in the Premier League as he endeavours to climb the all-time top goalscorers list, but Levy is set to stand firm on his £150m stance for Tottenham's star striker.
The 27-year-old - also linked with Juventus - enters the Euros on the back of a scintillating season in the English top flight, during which he scored the most goals (23) and provided the most assists (14) in 35 games. body check tags ::