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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.”

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Tottenham have been heavily linked with a move for Vlahovic in recent weeks, as well as Atletico Madrid.

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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.

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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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