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Tottenham chairman Levy wants £150m full cash deal for Chelsea target Harry Kane



Harry Kane a transfer target for Chelsea (imago Images)

Transfer News: Tottenham want £150m for Chelsea target Harry Kane

According to transfer news from The Sun, Tottenham will only accept a bid of £150m for Chelsea target Harry Kane. Spurs chairman Daniel Levy will only be accepting a full cash offer for the talismanic striker. No swap deals or part exchanges are likely to be accepted.

Harry Kane has been the main man for Spurs for a while now. However, after another trophyless season, it seems as if he has reached his boiling point. The striker has asked the club to allow him to leave at the end of this season and accept an offer for him.

Aston Villa v Tottenham Hotspur – Premier League – Villa Park Tottenham Hotspur s Harry Kane during the Premier League match at Villa Park, Birmingham. Picture date: Sunday March 21, 2021.

That led to clubs such as Chelsea going after Kane given the striker problems at the club. It is a concerning stat that Chelsea’s top scorer this season is Jorginho with only 7 goals. The forwards Chelsea have at their disposal come with their own set of problems.

Prising Kane away will not be easy

It seems that a transfer for Kane could be on the cards as several clubs have contacted the Spurs striker’s entourage. However, Levy is known to play hardball over transfers and is doing everything he can to keep the striker. The report claims that Spurs will only accept a full cash deal of £150m for the player. They are not keen on swap deals as they want to bring in the replacements they want.

Daniel Levy File Photo File photo dated 23-12-2018 of Tottenham Chairman Daniel Levy. Issue date: Wednesday May 19, 2021.

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Earlier, it was reported that the England captain is a firm target for Thomas Tuchel. Kane has been consistently among the top goalscorers in the Premier League over the past half a decade or so. A model professional and a leader, the 27-year-old could be a game-changing sign for Chelsea if the club can stump up the cash.

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