It seems Tottenham may have to sell before they can buy this summer.
With a new stadium now in place, Levy will be juggling the debts involved in such a move and in order to bring in new players, players will have to leave, according to MSN.
It’s hard to look further than Harry Kane when looking at who may be in serious demand this summer. The 27-year-old has continued his sensational form this season and is attracting interest from Europe’s top clubs, including Manchester United.
It’s possible that the blue side of Manchester could also enter a bidding war in the summer, with Pep Guardiola’s men currently without a top-performing centre-forward. Adding Kane to any team in the Premier League significantly improves their title chances.
Last summer we covered the news that Tottenham had allegedly named a price of £150million if they were to part with Kane. That amount may be unrealistic now, given the effect the Covid pandemic has had on all clubs, but a three-figure sum could be possible.
Whilst it would be heart-breaking to lose Kane, he is now 27 and perhaps playing at the peak of his career. Levy is a shrewd businessman and will know that selling him right now might be the last chance to pocket more than £100million for the player and use the money to invest in some younger assets.
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