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Tottenham fans on Twitter aren’t happy with Levy’s 350-million euro Kane price tag

Tottenham fans on Twitter aren’t happy with Levy’s 350-million euro Kane price tag

Tottenham fans have been left somewhat frustrated as Real Madrid gave enquired for their star man, Harry Kane, and Daniel Levy has given them a straight answer that it will require a bid of 350-million euros (£312 million), according to AS.

The current world-record transfer fee ever paid for a player was the £199 million that PSG parted with to bring Neymar Jr to the Parc des Princes from Barcelona, and whilst that move was a ludicrous one, this one would be even more so. Real Madrid have some serious spending power, but to see them splash over £300-million would be crazy, amd the Tottenham fans are far from happy that there’s even a price.

Harry Kane has proved to be the most important player to them that they’ve probably ever had. At the age of just 25 the hitman has a whopping 160 goals for the club in all competitions, making him Tottenham’s 4th all-time top goalscorer. If he stays puts and continues the way he has been going so far in his career, though, he could easily overtake the brilliant Jimmy Greaves at the top of that lost who scored 266 Spurs’ goals.

You can read the Lilywhites’ verdict on the Kane pricetag here:

The Lilywhites wouldn’t sell Kane for any price and hate the idea of Levy putting a price tag on his head.

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