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Tottenham Hotspur slap €350m price tag on star player to deter Real Madrid



Harry Kane and Dele Alli of Tottenham

Harry Kane (L) and Dele Alli celebrate against Chelsea in the Carabao Cup semi-final first leg

Tottenham striker Harry Kane is a target for Real Madrid and AS reports that the Spanish side contacted Spurs regarding the price of the 25-year-old.

The Englishman has been in terrific form for a few years and picked up the Golden Boot at the 2018 World Cup.

His exploits have made him one of the best in the world, and the report claims that Spurs slapped a €350m price-tag on the England captain.

The report adds that the price was put up to dissuade Madrid from making a move. The Spanish giants have struggled since selling Cristiano Ronaldo to Juventus, and barely look a threat in attack.

They even sacked manager Julen Lopetegui and replaced him with former player Santiago Solari. Kane isn’t the only Spurs player that Madrid are interested in with Christian Eriksen also being a target, according to AS.

Christian Eriksen and Harry Kane of Tottenham

Christian Eriksen and Harry Kane of Tottenham

However, Daniel Levy is not making things easy for the Spanish side and values the Dane at €250m.

Kane is only 25 and will get better in the coming years, so it makes sense for Spurs to put up such a high price for the attacker.

Madrid would have to be crazy to match that figure and Levy would actually want more if there ever were serious negotiations between the teams.

The Englishman is well on his way to becoming a Tottenham legend, and he should be motivated at the moment to pick up a trophy with Spurs.

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The team is doing well in the domestic cups and is in with a shout for the Premier League and Champions League too. It would be incredible for the club to celebrate silverware come the end of the season.