Tottenham Hotspur prepared to sell Harry Kane to Manchester United
Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy is prepared to sanction the sale of Harry Kane to Manchester United, if they are willing to pay a world-record fee of £200m.
Kane has been a terrific performer for Spurs over the past six years and he has netted 181 goals from just 278 appearances for the club across all competitions.
Despite his glowing statistics, the club have failed to win any silverware and he recently admitted that he could pursue a fresh challenge when the need arises.
According to The Mirror, Levy is said to be concerned over the club's financial situation, particularly with the lack of incoming funds due to the coronavirus pandemic.
It is added that the club still owe £637m in stadium debt and £83m in transfer fees and that could contribute towards Kane's departure during the summer transfer window.
Still, the marksman won't be sold on the cheap and Levy is set to demand at least £200m from the player's suitors which include United and Real Madrid.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has a pre-sales budget of £150m for the summer and the purchase of Kane from the north London side may restrict him from making any more signings.
On top of this, Kane has been struggling with a few injuries over the past 16 months and United may want to think twice before considering a world-record swoop for his signature.