Report: Levy makes decision on Harry Kane's asking price
Daniel Levy has decided to increase Harry Kane’s asking price, with the Daily Star reporting that the Spurs chief now wants £200 million for his talisman.
Kane’s future remains up in the air, with the Daily Star noting that he wants to leave North London in the coming months.
The report claims that the likes of Manchester City, Manchester United and Chelsea all want Kane this summer.
However, Levy is clearly not going to make it easy for Kane to leave.
According to the Daily Star, Levy has decided to bump the striker’s asking price up to £200 million – pricing both Manchester clubs out of the running.
While you can understand why Levy is keen to make as much as possible from Kane’s sale, it does seem to be a disappointing step to potentially price him out of a move.
Of course, Spurs should not sell him on the cheap. But a look on social media would show plenty of Tottenham supporters now feeling that Kane deserves the chance to move away.
So while they will obviously see the huge upside should Kane end up staying, they may not entirely comfortable if the forward staying put largely came about because Levy felt that an offer of over £100 million was not good enough.
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