Tottenham CONFIRM Harry Kane Asking Price! (Details)

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Tottenham has confirmed the asking price for Harry Kane amidst interest from Manchester United, MySportDab reports.

Domestic rivals Manchester United have been eyeing a move for the England captain with Erik Ten Hag searching for a frontline attacker to play alongside Marcus Rashford.

Real Madrid and Bayern Munich have been equally linked to Harry Kane but the Lilywhites are reportedly keen on keeping the highly-rated midfield.

Harry Kane has over a year remaining in his Tottenham contract but Tottenham Chief Executive Dany Levy is eager to keep the striker amid interest from other clubs.

Now, accordingto Daily Mail, Tottenham are fixing Harry Kane’s upfront payment at £100m and will not demand instalmental payment from Manchester to broker a deal.

The London club believes such could drag the deal and later turned off Erik Ten Hag who will aim for a speedy completion of talks to sign the forward.

The £100m demand as upfront payment is also planned to deter the Old Trafford club since they will not be willing to doll out the full amount at once.

Meanwhile, Man United are also eyeing a move for in-form Napoli and Nigeria international Victor Osimhen if the Harry Kane deal fails.

As reported by The Times, Tottenham’s Harry Kane asking price  is skewed to discourage United from making inroads into signing the striker in the summer with over a year remaining in his contract.

In 2021, the club has reportedly rejected the £75m offer for Harry Kane which rose to £100m.

Harry is Tottenham’s all-time top scorer with 271 goals and will hope to stay in the Premier League to beat Alan Shearer’s record of 260 goals.

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