Daniel Levy’s asking price for Harry Kane has “significantly increased” amid the interest of rival Premier League clubs

Harry Kane could cost an outrageous world-record transfer fee to a rival Premier League club as Daniel Levy would have raised the asking price for the Tottenham striker.

The Spurs star, 27, shocked fans after revealing his desire to leave the London club in the summer market window.

Kane, whose current contract with Tottenham will end in 2024, is heavily linked to potential transfers to Manchester City, Chelsea and Manchester United.

However, the Daily Mirror reports that Levy slapped a £ 200 million price tag on the English skipper in hopes of reaping huge profits from rival clubs in England.

Kane sold for around £ 100 million to £ 150 million, and people like City, Chelsea or United could pay the transfer fee, despite the financial impact caused by the coronavirus pandemic.

According to reports, the Tottenham Levy chairman believes the shocking £ 200 million price tag would “represent” Kane’s value to the club.

Kane seemed excited and cheered Spurs fans during his team’s last home game of the Premier League season against Aston Villa.

The England international has since spoken about his relationship with Levy, but has insisted he will “rely on me” for the direction his future is taking.

Kane explained: “I’m sure [Daniel Levy] will want to lay out the plan of where he sees it, but ultimately it will depend on me, how I feel and what is best for me and my career this moment in time.

“That is, he might want to sell me! He might be thinking, ‘If I could get you £ 100 million, then why not?’ You know what I mean, I won’t be worth it for the next two or three years.

“I hope we have a pretty good relationship. I gave to the club … well, I’ve been there 16 years of my life. So I hope we can have a good honest conversation and see where we are in that aspect. ”

United legend Gary Neville boldly stated that Kane would be one of three signatures that would help turn the Red Devils into Premier League champions.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *