Harry Kane is the tenth most valuable player among the top five leagues in Europe, according to a study by CIES Football Observatory (as relayed by Sky Sports).
Kane is reportedly interesting the likes of Manchester United and Real Madrid (Diario Madridista), this summer, but it is said that Daniel Levy has told clubs they will have to pay £200million to land the striker (Daily Mail).
However, the England captain’s value has now been projected to be little over half of that amount.
In their latest biannual report, CIES estimated the value of the players in the top five leagues in Europe to determine how much they had dropped due to the financial impact of COVID-19.
Harry Kane was estimated to be worth around £105.8m, which meant that he was tenth on the list.
Kylian Mbappe remains the most valuable player in Europe with an estimated value of £231.1m, while Manchester City’s Raheem Sterling (£173.6m) and Borussia Dortmund’s Jadon Sancho (£159.7m) rounded off the top three.
The only other Spurs star to make the top 100 was Dele Alli, with the midfielder projected to be worth around £69.5m, which put him in 42nd place on the list.
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These figures do not show the value of these players to their respective clubs. There is no chance that Daniel Levy will let Kane leave for around £105million. However, what the figures do show is the considerable drop in players’ values due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It indicates that we will likely see transfer fees dropping significantly this summer.
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