CalcioMercato have reported that Italian giants Juventus have now joined the race for Spurs striker Harry Kane this summer.
It is not hard to see why clubs are reportedly interested in the England captain as he prepares to lead his country into the Euro 2020 tournament.
The Spurs striker scored 33 and assisted another 17 in 49 games across all competitions last season, making that more than one goal involvement per match.
TransferMarkt currently value the centre-forward at around £108m, although reports suggest that Daniel Levy will want at least £150m for him this summer.
CalcioMercato report that the major stumbling block for Juventus will be Daniel Levy and his valuation of the striker, although they add that the Italian club have had more than one look at Kane.
Sky Sports reported earlier this summer that Harry Kane had told Tottenham of his desire to leave the club. The report also named Man United, Man City and Chelsea as interested potential buyers.
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