Report: Tottenham reject bids of £98.2m for Kane
Tottenham Hotspur have rejected bids of around €115m (£98.2m) for Harry Kane, according to Tuttomercatoweb.
The England international has previously stated his desire to leave the Lilywhites this summer. It has attracted interest from clubs in the Premier League.
Chelsea, Manchester City and Manchester United are all reportedly keen on the centre-forward.
The club have slapped a high price tag on his head with some outlets claiming it to be £150m. But, it is clear Spurs’ asking price hasn’t put off potential suitors amid claims of a bid.
Tuttomercatoweb have claimed that Tottenham value the 27-year-old at €200m (£170.9m). They have also said that only ‘forceful action’ can see the ace leave the club this summer.
Graham Roberts labelled Kane ‘superb‘.
Kane asking price unrealistic
The asking price from Tottenham for Kane is unrealistic amid reports of rejected bids.
The centre-forward has certainly shown himself to be one of the best strikers in the world. His performances since his breakthrough leave him head and shoulders above all his Spurs teammates.
However, demanding over £170m seems to be a ploy of holding the ace against his will.
The England captain has previously stated his intention to leave north London. Kane’s desire to win trophies is incredibly high; something Tottenham simply cannot offer.
It could create a toxic atmosphere when Kane returns ahead of next season. While the Tottenham star certainly won’t down tools, being held almost against his will could sour relationships with the club.