Harry Kane has been one of the most sought-after strikers in the world over the years, the Tottenham forward has an impressive 162 goals in 236 Premier League appearances. This season Spurs has seen a huge dip in form as a whole and the chance that the club finishes outside a Champions League position would be a factor for the striker to move on.
Spurs currently sit eighth in the Premier League standings, and the club would need at least three teams to have huge dips in form to obtain any of the remaining Champions League spots, something which looks doubtful.
Spurs Chairman Daniel Levy, as per The Athletic, has reportedly set two conditions for a possible transfer of Kane, who has had an exceptional season despite Tottenham’s poor run of form. Kane leads the Premier League in goals and assists this season and at 27 he is at the height of his market value.
Which teams are interested in signing Harry Kane?
French superpower PSG seems to be the front runner for Kane according to 90min, with the possible loss of Kylian Mbappé and/or Neymar, Kane would be a welcomed addition. Former Spurs coach Mauricio Pochettino would more than happily welcome Kane to PSG.
Real Madrid, who are reported to be going all out for Kylian Mbappé and Erling Haaland in the summer have Kane on a short list of possible transfers if one or both of the main objectives for Real Madrid does not materialize.
Locally Kane has interest from Manchester City and Manchester United, both of which look like unlikely destinations for the striker, Bayern Munich is also in the mix but since the German club has made it public, they will not go after Erling Haaland, chances are they won’t go for Kane who is 5 years older either.
What are the conditions Spurs have set to sell Harry Kane?
According to the Athletic, Daniel Levy will only entertain the possibility of selling Harry Kane if two conditions are met. These conditions would be a transfer offer of 120 million pounds for the top striker of the league and the English national team.
The second condition would be to not sell the striker to any club in England, which on paper at least rules out both Manchester clubs in their pursuit of Kane.