Tottenham would reportedly demand a British record transfer fee to sell their talisman Harry Kane.
According to the Daily Mail, Spurs chairman Daniel Levy would demand an enormous sum of at least £150million before he even considered granting the centre-forward’s exit.
The report explains that the North London club have the stance that the 27-year-old is not for sale, but points out the financial pressure on them.
It is further added that Manchester City and Manchester United are likely to be in the market for a striker in the summer, with the Spurs man set to pop up on any shortlist.
Kane, who earns £200,000-a-week (Spotrac), is the England captain and one of the world-class stars within the Premier League.
But the fact he’s never won a piece of silverware is often something fired at him.
If Spurs manage to beat Manchester City in April’s Carabao Cup final, there may be a lot less talk about Kane’s future and the fact he’s never won a trophy in his career.
The forward has 21 goals in 32 games across all competitions this season, plus he’s set up 14 assists to show he’s the complete package and not just a finisher.
Kane is good enough to play for any team in the world, but the report suggests Spurs will dig their heels in over his future and will do their best to keep hold of their academy graduate.
With Jose Mourinho currently the manager of the club, they remain an ambitious outfit that will be trying to meet the striker’s needs.