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Tottenham Hotspur draw up ‘three-man shortlist’ to replace Harry Kane

Tottenham Hotspur draw up ‘three-man shortlist’ to replace Harry Kane

Harry Kane could leave Tottenham Hotspur before the start of the 23/24 Premier League season

Tottenham Hotspur have reportedly put together a three-man shortlist to replace Harry Kane.

Over the last few weeks, speculation surrounding Kane’s future with Spurs has started to heat up.

It has been previously reported that German Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich have had two bids rejected by the North London club.

In addition to the Bavarian club, French champions Paris Saint Germain are also believed to be keeping tabs on the situation.

On Monday, it was reported that Bayern bosses have travelled to London to hold further talks with Spurs officials.

As Kane’s future remains uncertain, Spurs have reportedly drawn up a three-man shortlist as they begin the search for a potential replacement.

According to the Daily Mail, Nottingham Forest star Brennan Johnson is the first name on Spurs’ shortlist.


Aside from the Wales international, the report also stated that Spurs are interested in Bayern forward Mathys Tel and Gent’s Gift Orban.

Forest boss Steve Cooper is believed to want to keep Johnson at the City Ground but Financial Fair Play requirements could force the club to sell their most prized asset.

It has been said that Forest will be looking to bring in £50 million for the 22-year-old.

Brentford have already seen an offer of £35 million rejected last week.


Earlier in the month, Spurs boss Ange Postecoglou spoke about Kane’s future during the club’s pre-season tour in Australia.

He said: “I had a good chat with Harry. It was nothing earth-shattering as people are seeking. Just a good chat. I introduced myself, and we spoke mainly about the club, where it's at and where he thinks it can improve.

“There are a lot of people who know Harry better than me, but he's not going to get phased by anything. He's here, and while he's here, he's totally committed to what we're doing, and that's the way I've seen things.”

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Topics: Harry Kane, Football, Tottenham Hotspur, Nottingham Forest, Bayern Munich