Harry Kane has asked to leave Tottenham and there might be a club that eventually signs him.
The England captain is one of the world’s best goalscorers and he has continued to bang in the goals for Spurs.
He wants to win trophies and that is the reason he has asked to leave after Spurs fell short on many occasions.
Kane is set to cost more money than Cristiano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale did when they left Manchester United and Tottenham, respectively.
Spurs would ideally want to keep their top striker, but they will also not want to keep a player that insists on moving.
Sun Sports says Daniel Levy is unwilling to sell and would demand at least £150 million from any club that insists on signing the England striker.
Manchester City has been linked and they seem to be favourites to sign him considering that they have just lost Sergio Aguero.
Some reports have claimed that they will struggle to meet Tottenham’s asking price and they could offer Raheem Sterling or Gabriel Jesus in exchange.
However, the report says Levy has no interest in a player exchange and wants a cash-only deal.
This is because he knows his club would need to be rebuilt when Kane leaves and wants enough money to bring in the players that they would need.