Tottenham Hotspur to accept reduced fee for Harry Kane sale?
Tottenham Hotspur could reportedly accept a reduced fee of around £100m for the departure of Harry Kane during the summer transfer window.
The England international recently stated that he would like to win trophies in his career and won't remain with the club forever, suppose they are not heading in the positive direction.
It has since emerged that Spurs could accept his sale for a world-record £200m fee, although none of the interested sides including Manchester United are likely to match that figure.
According to Calciomercato, it is now claimed that Kane's entourage are probing a move away this summer and they are convinced that Spurs will accept a reduced package of around £100m for his departure.
Real Madrid and United are presently among the high-profile clubs, who are monitoring the situation but the likes of Paris Saint-Germain, Juventus and Manchester City may enter the race, once his true valuation is known.
Kane, who has netted 181 goals from 287 outings for Spurs, has more than four years remaining in his existing deal which was signed in 2016.