Tottenham Chief Daniel Levy is ready to allow Striker Harry Kane join Manchester United for only a world-record fee this summer, MySportDab reports.
Tottenham have decided to sell their Star man for only £200m because of financial difficulties and anger with England’s captain for discussing leaving the club during the coronavirus crisis.
Now, Levy has told reporters that Spurs would agree to let Kane leave this summer for only that sum.
Tottenham fear the financial issues due to the current lockdown ahead of any other Premier League club because they are still in debt over their new £1billion stadium.
It’s significant that Spurs were among the first top-flight clubs to furlough non-playing staff despite the negative publicity it attracted.
MySportDab understands Tottenham still owe £637m from their stadium loan and £83m transfer fees.
And Daniel Levy is also furious at Kane’s recent comments on social media that the Premier League season should be voided if it wasn’t completed soon enough.
That would cause a lot of problems should television brands demand a refund from the Premier League for the fee owned.
Kane also suggested that it might be the right time for him to leave Tottenham if they aren’t going to win trophies.
However, Levy has been criticised by fans in the past for not spending money but Tottenham have spent more than £100m in the past one year on Ndombele, Ryan Sessegnon and Steven Bergwijn.
This has given Coach Joe Mourinho a strong squad and selling Harry Kane could now favour Spurs depending on their financial situation after the Coronavirus pandemic ends.
The new £200m asking price by Tottenham would beat the world record fee of £198m that PSG paid to sign Neymar in 2017 from Barcelona.
The amount looks rather unrealistic with the current situation across the world.
But even though, Spurs could still earn a huge fee and Kane will surely to smash the British transfer record of £89m for Paul Pogba paid by Manchester United.