Former Tottenham Hotspur hero Graham Roberts doubts that Harry Kane will leave the club this summer, telling The Transfer Tavern that clubs simply don’t have the money to sign him.
Manchester City, Manchester United, and Chelsea are all said to have expressed an interest in signing the striker.
That came after Sky Sports News reported that Kane had informed chairman Daniel Levy of his desire to leave the club this summer.
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Nevertheless, Roberts believes that the England captain would cost £150m to sign in the coming window, despite a season in which Spurs have struggled.
Still, Kane has three years left on his contract and there is no real need for chairman Daniel Levy to sell the forward, despite reports that Kane believes he has a gentleman’s agreement with Levy allowing him to depart if an acceptable bid is tabled.
As such, Roberts doesn’t believe any club will be able to afford to sign him.
He told TT: “Personally, I don’t think the money’s around.
“I don’t think there’s £150 million to buy him at the moment, and I think it’s going to take £150 million to buy him but I don’t think any of the clubs have got that.”
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