AS have revealed that Real Madrid have been told to pay £100m to sign Harry Kane from Tottenham Hotspur this summer.

Over the last few days, plenty of reliable sources have talked up the chances of Harry Kane remaining at Tottenham next season.

Harry Kane

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Alasdair Gold revealed via Football.London on Monday that Daniel Levy maintains the striker is not for sale and the current feeling at Spurs is that he is expected to remain at the club for at least more season.

Meanwhile, David Ornstein said on Sky Sports on the same day that there is no indication from Kane’s camp that the striker will agitate for a move this summer.

The journalist further added that he expects Levy to keep hold of the England captain even if he does not sign a new deal this summer.

However, reports from Spain have suggested over recent days that a move to Real Madrid is on the cards for the Tottenham man, with the likes of Cadena Sar claiming that he is at the top of the La Liga giants’ wishlist.

In their latest update on the matter, AS have said that Tottenham are expected to demand €115m (£100m) from Los Blancos for the centre-forward.

The publication asserts that Bayern Munich will be Madrid’s main competitor for Kane’s signature since the Spurs hierarchy do not wish to sell him to a Premier League club.

Spurs Web Opinion

I do not think there is any chance that Kane would leave the Premier League this summer, now that he is only 47 strikes away from breaking Alan Shearer’s Premier League goals record.

The most likely scenario is that the 29-year-old would end up staying at Spurs without renewing his contract, thus keeping his options open for next summer.

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