Ramon Vega has told clubs interested in signing Harry Kane that they would have to stump up £150m and two players to even get Tottenham to the negotiating table.
Kane made it clear in an interview with Gary Neville last week that he will have a conversation with Daniel Levy about his future and insisted that the decision will come down to him after the service he has given to the club.
Reports indicate that Manchester City have identified the England captain as the man to replace Sergio Aguero and they have already made a contract with the 27-year-old about moving to the Etihad Stadium.
However, it has been revealed that Daniel Levy has not changed his stance regarding Kane and that the Tottenham chairman does not wish to sell the striker to a domestic rival.
Despite Kane’s insistence in the interview with Neville that Spurs may want to sell him this summer since his value will go down over the next few years, sources suggest that Tottenham would prefer to hang on to the 27-year-old for 12 months and take a loss.
Vega is certainly convinced that it will not be easy for Kane’s suitors to prise the striker away from N17.
The former Tottenham defender posted the following message on social media about the Golden Boot winner’s future:
— Ramon Vega (@Ramon_Vega71) May 23, 2021
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