Tottenham striker Harry Kane will only be sold if a club can stump up £175m this summer, according to reports in the English media.
Spurs chairman Daniel Levy is said to be refusing to sell to another Premier League team, with both Manchester City and Manchester United said to be keeping tabs on the player’s situation.
The price tag the London club have set is for teams like Real Madrid and Barcelona but their financial problems may force Kane to stay put, despite the player reportedly considering his future. Fans on Twitter don’t think the England captain is a realistic option, especially now they know Tottenham’s stance:
No one in their right mind would pay that for Kane.
— Phil Ribchester (@phil_ribchester) April 2, 2021
— Cyrus™️ 🌃 (@SilkyCyrus_74) April 2, 2021
don't need him.
— Gujjar ™ 🇵🇰 🇬🇧 (@gujjar_views) April 2, 2021
He's staying then.
— Andy Whittle (@AndyWhittl3) April 2, 2021
— Eric (@erickim03272) April 2, 2021
Its fine lads pic.twitter.com/4JbmJp1jAG
— Byron (@mcfcbyron) April 2, 2021
This is d time for Sterling, Jesus & Mahrez to step up their game
— Babatunde (@keekee_boy) April 2, 2021
Good . Stick to that so we don’t end up with him .
— CJH8707 (@cjh8707) April 2, 2021
Kane is also believed to be unwilling to force a move away from London, which means there isn’t any real hope that Spurs will soften their stance, either on the price tag or to selling to an English team. City are, therefore, almost certainly prioritising other targets.