The Daily Mirror have claimed that Tottenham are expected to demand a fee in excess of £100m for Harry Kane this summer even if the striker does not sign a new contract.
Kane’s future has been the subject of plenty of speculation over the last few months, with Manchester United and Bayern Munich mooted as potential destinations for the striker in the summer (The Telegraph).
The 29-year-old will enter the final 12 months of his contract this June and Football Insider reported last week that he is reluctant to sign a new deal at Tottenham, given the state of chaos the club currently find themselves in.
The Mirror have now revealed that Daniel Levy would not be prepared to sell Kane on the cheap even if the striker does not sign a new deal, with the Spurs chairman expected to demand a fee of over £100m.
It is suggested that United’s willingness to come up with the most cash is likely to be ‘the deciding factor’, with the Red Devils said to have made the Spurs star their ‘priority’.
Spurs Web Opinion
If Kane does not sign a new contract and pushes to leave, it might not be the wisest move for Spurs to hang on to the striker in the hope that his mind can be changed, thus potentially risking losing him on a free.
If we fail to finish in the top four, it might make sense to cash in on the 29-year-old and rebuild the squad.
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