Tottenham have made discreet enquiries in regards to the phrases required by Borussia Dortmund ahead Erling Haaland
According to Sportsmail, Tottenham Hotspur has been planning the possible departure of striker Harry Kane for a few weeks.
The England international has reportedly told Spurs that he would like to get out this summer and he wants to sort out his future before the European Championship kicks off next month.
While Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is likely to frustrate applicants seeking to price Kane away, there has been an acceptance across the club for some time that he is leaving this summer.
Spurs has since put an unofficial price of more than £ 150million on the 27-year-old, with the likes of Manchester City, Manchester United and Chelsea already in touch with his agents.
The North Londoners are now making inquiries about possible spare parts and, according to Sportsmail, they have already made discreet inquiries about the conditions that Borussia Dortmund killer Erling Haaland demands.
However, Tottenham has been put off by its demands for £ 350,000 weekly wages and will likely look elsewhere.
With 41 goals and eight assists in 50 games for the Bundesliga team this season, the 20-year-old is one of the hottest traits in the game right now.
He is definitely in a position to be Kane’s perfect and long-term replacement at N17, but it doesn’t seem like Levy is ready to break his wage cap for him.