Reports have emerged that Spurs are will only be willing to sell their prize striker Harry Kane for a fee of at least £100 million.
Sources broke the news to Football Insider, as the seemingly never ending saga of Kane's potential move away from Spurs continues.
Bayern Munich have long been mooted as a potential destination for Kane, with the club losing Robert Lewandowski to Barcelona last year. The German giants would also guarantee trophies for the Englishman.
With Haaland signing for Man City, Man United appear to be the most likely place for Kane if he wishes to remain in the Premier League, with ten Hag's side searching for an out and out no. 9.
Harry Kane May Be On The Move Soon
It's been seven years since a masked Harry Kane hit this stunner in the north London derby 😤
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In the mean time, Kane's top priority will be securing top four status in the league, although yesterday's loss to Wolves could have massive implications as the season draws towards its final quarter.
"I thought we controlled the game for large spells but weren’t really clinical enough in their final third," Kane said after the loss to Wolves.
"Whether it’s the final finish, the pass or the cross we just weren’t clinical enough. At this level you get punished and that’s what happened towards the end of the game.
"You can’t fault the effort of the lads, you can’t fault the way we played. But if you want to be fighting at the top of the table you need to be clinical in different moments.
"Not just with the finish but with the final pass, when you’re three-v-two, scenarios like that. We just need to get better in those moments.
"When Premier League games are 0-0, you can always get caught and we did."