Tottenham Hotspur forward Harry Kane could be available to purchase for £100m when the summer transfer window will be re-opened, according to a report.
The England international has been rumoured with a switch to Real Madrid, Man Utd and Juventus in recent weeks after hinting that he is open to an end-of-season exit from the North London club.
Kane was believed to be valued at a world-record fee of £200m – £2m more than Ligue 1 champions PSG paid to secure the services of Neymar from La Liga champions Barcelona three years ago.
According to Calciomercato, however, the prolific centre-forward entourage are probing for a move away and are convinced that the North London club will accept an offer for half of that amount.
The same report claims that the Red Devils and the Los Blancos remain best placed to secure the services of Harry Kane, however, Juve, Man City, Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain may also make an approach once his true valuation becomes clear.
Since becoming a first-team regular for the Spurs back in 2014, Kane has managed to found back of the net 136 times in 197 Premier League games.
Since Jose Mourinho has arrived at the club talks continue about the future of Harry Kane and if the Spurs fail to win the trophy next season it’s likely to see England international forward leaving the White Hart Lane.