- Real Madrid have been linked with the striker's summer move for a while now.
- Spurs are supposedly convinced no European club will spend big after the economic losses they suffer.
- All European clubs are expected to lose a lot money amid the coronavirus pandemic and the season suspension.
Their confidence is supposedly based on the analysed economic losses of big European clubs amid the coronavirus pandemic, including Real Madrid. The Whites have been linked with a summer move for the world-class striker for several weeks now.
Spurs would sell their star player for a world-record fee of about £250m (€273m), as claimed in the report. Interestingly, the Englishman is valued at €150m by Transfermarkt – and it seems to be a more reasonable price for the 26-year-old.
Harry Kane has bagged 17 goals in all competitions so far this season, missing the season's second half through injury.