Tottenham could sell their best player Harry Kane during the summer transfer window if the team fails to qualify for the Champions League. The Spurs will ask for 150 million pounds for their goal scorer, reports the Daily Mail.
The England international is a transfer target for Manchester City and Manchester United, but both clubs are unlikely to agree to a similar offer.
Kane will hear every offer next summer if the team does not qualify for the Champions League. He has already scored 21 goals in all competitions this season, and Jose Mourinho desperately wants to keep him, because it is of paramount importance for the plans of the Portuguese, who seeks to turn the club into a candidate for the title. However, if the Spurs fail to finish in the top 4 or win the Europa League, Tottenham face their second consecutive season outside the Champions League at a time when their finances are hit hard. Namely, the cost of building the new stadium has reached a staggering one billion pounds.
The Daily Mail reports that both Manchester City and Manchester United are capable of securing the £ 200,000-a-week salary Kane currently receives at Tottenham.
Kane's contract with the London club is until the summer of 2024.