Former Crystal Palace chairman Simon Jordan believes that Harry Kane’s next move will be driven by the pure economics of the situation.
Jordan claims that Tottenham’s initial stance will be insisting that the marksman does not join a Premier League rival and believes that Daniel Levy would charge the likes of Manchester City a £25million premium to sign him given the fact that they compete in the same league.
The talkSPORT pundit believes that Spurs would be more relaxed to sell to Barcelona or Real Madrid given the fact they are not likely to lock horns with the La Liga pair on a regular basis.
Jordan also suggested that a potential player swap could be part of a future deal with the likes of Manchester United offering the likes of Antony Martial or Jesse Lingard as a sweetener along with a large cash amount for Spurs to extract the maximum value from one of their rivals.
💷 “If Kane wants to go to a PL club they’ll have to pay a £25m premium.”
🇪🇸 “Spurs will be more relaxed about him going to Barca & Real.”
— talkSPORT (@talkSPORT) May 18, 2021
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