The idea of a one-club man is a rare one in modern football, but could Harry Kane prove to be one of those figures with his boyhood Tottenham?
Kane came through the academy at Spurs and has gone on to become one of the finest finishers and centre-forwards in world football.
Andy Gray has now claimed that Kane would cost £200m, which could limit where the England captain moves in the future as few clubs could afford such a significant amount of money on one player.
Gray suggested that a move to Real Madrid looks to be the most realistic option for the prolific striker in the future.
The pundit also claims that Kane will have to make a decision about how he wants to look back on his career, on trophies, or as a Spurs club legend.
— beIN SPORTS (@beINSPORTS) October 5, 2019
Spurs Web Opinion:
I can’t see Kane wanting to leave and I can’t see any club in world football paying the amount Daniel Levy would want to part ways with him. Perhaps he will move away when he’s older much like Frank Lampard, Wayne Rooney, and John Terry, but while Kane is in his prime, I can’t see him leaving Spurs.
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