- Harry Kane suggested he wants to leave Premier League club at the end of this season
- The 27-year-old striker says he wants to challenge for trophies with bigger teams
- Tottenham have slapped an outrageous £120 million price tag on the England forward
Any club willing to sign Tottenham striker Harry Kane will have to cough up as much as £120 million just to get the player’s signature.
The England forward has been heavily linked with Premier League rivals Manchester City as well as Spanish giants Real Madrid with the player desperate to leave the north London outfit.
And The Athletic journalist David Ornstein via Soccer Laduma has disclosed that Kane’s mind is already made up and the star believes he should leave Spurs during the summer.
Recall that Kane, at the start of the current campaign, stated that he wants a new challenge in his bid to win trophies but was not sure if he would make such achievements at Tottenham.
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It is now claimed the forward would favour leaving the London club at the end of the campaign, but any move could prove difficult considering the reported price tag Daniel Levy has placed on him.
The Lilywhites' chairman will reportedly accept no less than £120 million (R2.4 billion) for Kane's signature and does not want to sell the striker to a rival club in the Premier League.
Kane has scored 27 goals and assisted a further 16 strikes in 40 matches across all competitions under Jose Mourinho this season, with 30 of those goal involvements coming in 27 Premier League games.
Meanwhile, Bayern Munich star David Alaba has reportedly turned down an offer to join Premier League club, Chelsea, as the Blues are hoping to sign him this summer.
The versatile defender earlier confirmed that he would be leaving the Bundesliga giants when his contract expires at the end of the season.
But there are several clubs in Europe jostling for the player’s signature as he can now agree to pre-contract talks with any of his suitors.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Argentine goalkeeper Sergio Romero appears to be preparing for a life away from Manchester United after putting his N1.9 billion (£3.5m) mansion up for sale.
The 34-year-old South American made 17 appearances across competitions last campaign but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will rather trust in David de Gea or Dean Henderson this season.
However, with his current deal with the Red Devils expiring in May, the former Monaco shot-stopper is already planning his exit strategies early enough.
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