Tottenham slap massive price tag on Harry Kane as transfer links to Manchester United and City persist
Without a doubt, the English international is one of the most important players at the club. Even in an underwhelming season for us, has 21 goals so far.
However, things could change regarding his future at the club. The 27-year-old would reconsider his future if Tottenham fail to qualify for the Champions League for the second season in a row.
Jose Mourinho would undoubtedly be opposed to losing his star man. However, financial burdens on the club could very well have an impact on the situation. (h/t Metro)
Is losing Kane worth the money?
Spurs endured a tough financial period during the period when the new stadium was built. To add to that £1billion bill, the stadium revenue has stopped due to the fans not being allowed into the stadium.
In light of this, the quoted transfer fee for Kane could pay up to 15% of their stadium bill. Manchester United and Manchester City are two clubs who are interested in the Spurs striker.
Both Manchester clubs are looking for No.9s and would look to invest heavily in the summer. City need a replacement for Sergio Aguero, while United look to replace Edinson Cavani, who was signed as a short-term solution.
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Losing Kane would leave a massive void in the Tottenham attack. And the fanbase might be even more opposed to that sale if it further strengthens our league rivals.