Report reveals where Spurs stand on potential Harry Kane sale and asking price

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Dom Le Roy

According to a report from The Telegraph, Harry Kane is expected to stay put at Tottenham for at least another season, with no club likely to be in a position to meet Spurs’ valuation of the striker in the summer.

There has been plenty of speculation over Kane’s future over the last few weeks, with reports suggesting that Spurs risk losing the striker if they do not qualify for next season’s Champions League.

It has been claimed that Tottenham have slapped a £150m price tag on the England captain’s head amidst interest from Manchester United and Manchester City while Paris Saint-Germain have also been linked with the summer swoop for the 27-year-old.

However, The Telegraph now report that Spurs have never discussed a fee for their talisman and are determined to hold on to him.

The report claims that it is highly unlikely that an offer next window will tempt Daniel Levy to part ways with the striker, with clubs around Europe not in a position to spend big due to the financial impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The North London club are said to be aware that Kane’s value could depreciate if he runs his contract down but with the striker’s current deal running until the summer of 2024, he is likely to stay at Tottenham for at least another season.

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With Erling Haaland and Kylian Mbappe potentially being available in the summer, any club with money to throw around are likely to go after one of those two players.

However, if Kane does not sign a new contract with Spurs, the club might have little choice but to sell him in the summer of 2022 if they want to get decent value for him in the market.

Hopefully, we show signs of progress before that and the striker puts pen to paper on a new contract.

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  1. I know this is easy for ME to say, but when you look back at Spurs Legends Jimmy Greaves stands out head and shoulders above everyone else, and why? Partially because he is such a nice guy, but also because look at the amount of goals he scored for us. Now if Harry was to stay and BEAT that record, His name will still be legend 100 years from now, and if you’ve already got more money than you can shake a stick at.. what is THAT worth?


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