Report claims the minimum amount Spurs would consider selling Harry Kane for

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Dom Le Roy

According to a report in The Daily Mail, any clubs who are interested in signing Harry Kane in the summer will have to pay a minimum of £150m to land the Tottenham Hotspur star.

The report reveals that Manchester City and Manchester United are both looking for a number nine and could make a move for the England captain.

United are said to be in the market for a goal scorer who can reliably get them in excess of 20 goals a season while City are said to be on the lookout for a replacement for veteran Sergio Aguero.

However, it is claimed that it would take an offer of at least £150m for Spurs to even think about parting ways with their talismanic striker.

That would make Kane the most expensive British player of all time and the third most expensive footballer in the world after Paris Saint-Germain pair Neymar and Kylian Mbappe.

While both Manchester clubs will not have an issue meeting the Tottenham star’s wage demands, the report does suggest that the price may be too steep for the pair given the lack of matchday revenue over the past year.

Spurs Web Opinion

I suspect that even £150m is a conservative estimate in terms of what Levy is likely to demand for Kane. I do not see any club being in a position to afford him, especially as it seems like both Mbappe and Haaland could be available in the summer.

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