Tottenham Hotspur chairman, Daniel Levy, is said to be determined to keep Harry Kane at the club, even if the team fail to win a trophy for the 12th consecutive year this season.
A report from the Telegraph states that Levy is willing to slap a whopping £250m price tag on Kane’s head to avoid rival clubs coming in for the striker.
Harry Kane, an academy graduate at Tottenham, is undoubtedly one of the very best strikers in world football right now.
It does seem surprising that no European heavyweights have come in with huge bids for the centre-forward as of yet, after his meteoric rise from academy youngster to England captain.
Kane is currently under contract at Spurs until 2024, meaning that Levy could demand full price for the forward. However, the report implies that this £250m price tag is more about scaring people off than raising money.
Spurs Web Opinion:
Harry Kane will end his career as a one-club man. Now at age 27 and with ankle problems, no club out there is going to pay the value Tottenham want and I can’t see Harry forcing through a move himself.
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