Tottenham Set Asking Price For Harry Kane And It's Enormous
If any teams want to buy Harry Kane, they'll have to fork out a lot of money. We mean a LOT. Like a world record transfer, and more.
Harry Kane is wanted by many, many clubs. From Manchester United to Real Madrid.
He's bagged goals for fun over the years in the Premier League. So, naturally, he's attracting interest from around Europe and it appears Tottenham have set his price.
And it's big. Very big.
According to Spanish outlet AS, a Real Madrid executive consulted Spurs before Christmas to get an idea of the transfer fee the England international would command. They came back and said €350 million (£312 million)!
That's a lot of cash.
Of course, If Spurs accepted such offer it would shatter the current world record transfer.
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Paris Saint-Germain shelled out a whopping €222 million (£198 million) to lure Neymar away from Barcelona in 2017.
Though, with the transfer landscape coupled with Kane's age and potential, a fee in that region isn't as absurd as it sounds. Plus Real Madrid have money to burn and are in serious need of new talent.
Kane is 25-years-old and is getting better by each day.
Anyway, the Champions League holders are hellbent on filling Cristiano Ronaldo's void following his mega-sale to Juventus in the summer.
Cristiano Ronaldo spent nine ultra-prolific season's at Real Madrid, scoring goals at an alarming rate winning the lot.
We're talking domestic honours and an incredible four Champions League titles.
But, this term, Real Madrid are struggling and are crying out for a lethal frontman. Kane certainly fits the bill.
Will the Spanish giants make an official offer for Kane's services? Watch this space.
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