Former Tottenham Hotspur defender Pasca Chimbonda believes that there are only a handful of teams who could potentially afford to lure Harry Kane away from North London.
With the coronavirus pandemic having hit some clubs hard, some European giants including Barcelona have found themselves in a difficult financial position (Goal).
In an exclusive interview with SpursWeb, the former full-back suggested that Daniel Levy could be open to selling the star marksman should a suitable bid be received in the region of £200million, even if it was received from a fellow Premier League outfit and named Manchester City and Manchester United as potential destinations along with a possible reunion with Mauricio Pochettino at PSG.
Chimbonda stressed the importance of Tottenham ending their trophy drought to keep him in North London, given his stature within the squad as their star player and believes he could play the rest of his career at the club if they can start winning silverware.
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