Daniel Levy is ready to sell Harry Kane to Manchester United if the Red Devils stump up £200million for the striker, according to a report by the Daily Mail.
The report suggests that Levy is furious at Kane’s comments last month about leaving the North London outfit if the team are not moving in the right direction (Sky Sports).
The Spurs chairman has reportedly made it clear that the club are open to letting the England captain leave this summer. for a world record fee
Additionally, it is revealed that the Lilywhites fear the financial repercussions of the current lockdown more than any other Premier League club because they are still paying for their new £1billion stadium.
The club reportedly still owes £637 million on the stadium loan and £83million of transfer fees.
The precarious financial situation the club finds itself in is also stated as the reason Spurs were among the first top-flight clubs to furlough non-playing staff.
It is suggested that a world record £200million transfer fee could provide the club with some much needed financial reprieve.
Spurs Web Opinion
It would financially make little sense for Tottenham to sell Kane in the current transfer market as they won’t be able to maximise his value. I don’t believe any club will be in a position to pay £200 million for any player this summer and I am not particularly sure Kane will want to go to Manchester United.
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