Tottenham Hotspur forward Harry Kane will only be allowed to leave the club this summer a cash-only deal, according to a report.
England national team captain has been strongly linked with a switch away from North London, amid reported interest from Premier League winners Manchester City as well as Champions League tittle holders Chelsea and Man Utd.
According to The Sun, City were prepared to offer both Gabriel Jesus and Raheem Sterling plus £60m to try and convince Spurs to sell Kane, however, chairman Daniel Levy wants £150m in order to let their captain leave the club.
Levy is looking to strengthen his squad after a disappointing 2020-21 season, which saw Spurs finish seventh in the Premier League and without a trophy for the 13th successive year.
Even though the potential additions of Man City forward’s Sterling and Jesus – both of whom have won several major honours with the Citizens – could prove to be shrewd acquisitions, accepting such an offer would give the Spurs less money to spend on summer signings in other positions.
Both Manchester clubs and the Blues are believed to have held talks with Kane’s agents in the last few months, although his future is set to be resolved after Euro 2020 tournament ends.