Despite his less than ideal injury record over recent seasons, it looks like Harry Kane’s stock hasn’t fallen all that much.
The Spurs talisman has continued to bang in the goals at an astonishing rate for club and country and it comes as no surprise that he is considered one of the most valuable forwards in the world.
According to transfermarkt, the 26-year-old is the second most valuable centre-forward in the world, after PSG sensation Kylian Mbappe.
The Spurs striker is estimated to be worth €150 million and is the only player apart from Mbappe to break the €100 million barrier.
Here’s are the ten most expensive centre forwards in the world according to transfermarkt:
1) Kylian Mbappe, Paris Saint-Germain (€200m)
2) Harry Kane, Tottenham Hotspur (€150m)
3) Roberto Firmino, Liverpool (€90m)
4) Lautaro Martínez, Inter Milan (€80m)
5) Marcus Rashford, Manchester United (€80m)
6) Timo Werner, RB Leipzig (€75m)
7) Romelu Lukaku, Inter Milan (€75m)
8) Mauro Icardi, Paris Saint-Germain (€75m)
9) Gabriel Jesus, Manchester City (€70m)
10) Alexandre Lacazette, Arsenal (€70m)
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It is interesting to note that Kane is the only out and out centre forward in the top five. In fact, all-round centre forwards are a dying breed in world football at the moment and Kane is by the best of the bunch. If we were to sell him (which I can’t see us doing anytime soon), then I expect him to cost much more than the reported €150 million.
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