Allegedly, Tottenham Hotspur hope to fend off any possible interest in striker Harry Kane by putting their star man with a massive £150m price tag.
Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy will claim a massive nine-figure fee, according to the Daily Mail, before he even considers the selling of his star striker.
Manchester City and Manchester United have previously been affiliated with the England international and are both considered this summer to be on the market for a new striker.
Since the age of 11, the 27-year-old talisman has been at Spurs, but has yet to win a major club trophy and may consider leaving Jose Mourinho’s side in the near future.
However, Levy is adamant he can retain Kane.