According to a report in the Express, Spurs chairman Daniel Levy has placed a £250million price tag on Harry Kane in order to ward off interest from the likes of Real Madrid.
Kane has now reacted to the reported price tag and insisted that he is only thinking about scoring goals and winning games.
Despite being universally acknowledged by many, including new Spurs boss Jose Mourinho, as being one of the best strikes in world football, the 26-year-old is yet to win a trophy, even though he has won several individual honours.
When asked about the rumoured £250m price tag placed on him, the Spurs striker told the Express, “When you do well as a player, it brings a price tag on your head. But, look, all I can do is do my best for the team and that’s what I’ve always done.
“I’ve always tried to score, I’ve always tried to work hard, win free-kicks and get over the line any way you can.
“That’s what I’ll continue to do. I want to win trophies, that’s clear, so, hopefully, we can do that this year.”
Despite coming in for some criticism in the early part of the campaign, Kane has rediscovered his scoring boots for both club and country in the last two months.
Mourinho has already spoken of his intention to help the England captain reach the next level by helping him win titles (Football.London).
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I have no doubt that the appointment of Mourinho will help Spurs hang on to the likes of Kane and Alli as the Portuguese manager will have them believing they can win titles at the club. It will be brilliant to see Kane stay with Spurs for the remainder of his career but the only way it is possible is for the club to start winning silverware.
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