Both Chelsea & Man City are interested in the striker, but whether or not he’ll be allowed to leave Spurs is a big question.
Harry Kane will continue at Tottenham next season, claims midfielder Jamie O’Hara who can’t see any club paying his reported £150 million (€173.5m) transfer fees.
Pep Guardiola is understood to be prioritizing signing a striker this summer in the wake of club legend Sergio Aguero’s departure. Kane is said to be on the top of his wish list, with Inter Milan’s Romelu Lukaku and Borussia Dortmund’s Erling Haaland supposedly the other names on it.
In other news, Thomas Tuchel is also keen on bringing in a new No. 9 in light of Timo Werner’s subpar performances last season, and the same three aforementioned names are also linked with Chelsea.
“As much as he might want to leave and as much as teams might come in for him, I think Daniel Levy has set an amount of money,” O’Hara told talkSPORT.
“He’s saying is around £150million and I just don’t see anyone paying that sort of figure, especially at this moment in time.
“Pep has come out and said it’s too much, they can’t afford it. I think you’re going to end up seeing teams going for Lukaku or Haaland.
“Spurs are going to price Harry Kane out of a deal. They don’t need to sell him because he’s got two or three years left on his contract. I can see him staying at Spurs, I can.”