Some Spurs fans have laughed off suggestions that Manchester City are plotting a £90m move for Harry Kane in the summer.
Pep Guardiola has reportedly identified Kane as the ideal replacement and the club are mulling over whether to make an audacious move at the end of the season.
This is not the first time Kane is being linked with a move to the Etihad Stadium, with Guardiola reportedly having name-checked the England captain twice during discussions about potential transfer targets when he was negotiating a new contract with City back in November (Independent).
However, some Tottenham fans on social media have questioned the authenticity of the report, insisting that £90m would be nowhere near enough to tempt Spurs to part ways with Kane.
Some are confident that Daniel Levy will not think twice before laughing off such an offer for the striker.
— Oliver Grant (@oliver_grant24) December 31, 2020
What’s that, the first instalment ?😂 https://t.co/siJAKAKHl5
— 𝗝ay ☻︎ (@JamieDaviisx) January 1, 2021
Whether or not this is true. [I doubt it is]
I can tell you Kane is not for sale and he would never be sold at 100 million.
No need to worry. https://t.co/sJLMlCxekO
— SpursFootballITK (@LondonItk) December 31, 2020
Wouldn’t even pay for his toenail clippings let’s be honest. https://t.co/pN6sEng9Cf
— Zach (@TheTHFC) December 31, 2020
For his left foot? 🤣 https://t.co/7Ce5T8alUY
— Spursy1882 (@sourjyac93) December 31, 2020
Haha. Are they buying one leg at a time.
— Paul Rowe (@PaulRow72145173) December 31, 2020
They do realise they’re gonna be dealing with levy? £100m pic.twitter.com/mGAqHVDEYf
— LORD ⚪️🄱🄰🅂🄷⚪️ (@bashy_1986) January 1, 2021
🤣🤣🤣 have you met daniel levy https://t.co/mgBpOCCHi9
— 🏌🏾♂️ (@laolu_o) December 31, 2020
Harry Kane is not going anywhere. Especially not for €100m. Levy would never sanctions deal for that price. Kane is Tottenham through and through. pic.twitter.com/gKkINsnAmj
— Kosher Dele (@AllezYids) December 31, 2020
Just heard that Manchester City have put in a £100M bid for Harry Kane…what, £100M for his left toe? 🙃
— The Hotspur Report ⚪️ (@hotspursreport) December 31, 2020
Spurs Web Opinion
Kane would still have three years left on his contract next summer and so it would take a bid of at least £150m for Spurs to even consider selling their talisman. However, if we do not win silverware this season, I am not sure that the England captain will sign another contract with the club, which would leave us with little choice but to sell him within the next year or so. Hopefully, we win a trophy this season and finish in the top four so that the 27-year-old does not feel tempted to look for a move.
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