Levy’s world record price tag to ward off Kane suitors

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Harry Kane is worth more than the £198 million that Paris Saint-Germain paid for Neymar, according to Daniel Levy says an article in The Times, which the paper says is the strongest indication yet of the club’s determination to hold on to their striker.

The article talks about Real coach Zinedine Zidane adding to the speculation surrounding Harry’s future yesterday by claiming our talisman to be “a complete player” before tonight’s Champions League meeting at the Bernabeu. The article continues saying the England striker is viewed as one of Real Madrid’s top transfer targets for next summer.

However the piece says that the clubs position is that Daniel Levy will not entertain any offers for our top stars, including alleged Barcelona target Dele, the author does point to the club’s previous actions that suggests that our players are available at a certain price. With regards Harry it is likely to be astronomical, however, with our chairman telling any interested parties that the he values Kane more highly than Neymar, whose world-record £198m move from Barcelona to PSG this summer caused shockwaves throughout football.

The article explains that Levy’s valuation is based not only on Kane’s importance to the team, but also his commercial value to the club now, and ahead of our move next season to a new 61,500-capacity stadium.

The article continues stating Levy’s determination to keep hold of Kane and how he will not discuss a potential transfer until we are settled in the stadium and even then it would take a world-record bid to bring him to the negotiating table.

So more defiance from Spurs with regards our top stars. The ability to hold on to Dele I am not so sure, but with Kane’s repeated words of his desire to be a success with Tottenham, I can’t really see him leaving unless he was ever forced out.

What do you guys think, if Madrid were to come along with £200m+ for Harry would we be mad to turn it down? Surely there has to be a point when everyone has their price. Let us know your thoughts

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  1. He is worth more than that figure, but why contemplate selling in the first place? Is this a red herring to sample supporters views? Let’s win one major title, at least with Kane, as our talisman, then it could be considered. Last league title was 1960’s.


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