President names his price for Spurs-linked ace; Levy will have to demolish a club record
AFC Fiorentina president Rocco Commisso has said that he would only consider selling Tottenham target Dusan Vlahovic for €100m (£85m).
Speaking to Ansa via Fabrizio Romano, Commisso claimed that he wants to keep the Serbian international this summer. However, if a mammoth offer was to come in, he would think about it.
Commisso said: “I don’t know what’s going to happen, but I’m planning to keep Vlahovic this summer. I want him to stay. But if we receive a bid for €100m, I’ll think about it.”
Tottenham have been heavily linked with a move for Vlahovic in recent weeks, as well as Atletico Madrid.
The La Liga champions are eager to sign the 21-year-old striker. Reports in Italy even suggest that a deal has been struck between Fiorentina and the Spanish side.
The future of Harry Kane could determine if Daniel Levy decides to make a club-record offer to sign Vlahovic.
The England captain was not in the squad that travelled to Portugal this week for their UEFA Europa Conference League qualifier.
With the Tottenham chairman rejecting a £125m bid for Kane as reported by the Telegraph, it will take a monstrous effort from Manchester City to sign the 28-year-old Spurs talisman.
And Fiorentina appear to be taking a similar approach with Vlahovic, with the Tuscan side keen to retain their star striker for an extra season ahead of the new Serie A campaign this month.
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