Harry Kane is still a possible option for the West Londoners despite being strongly linked to Erling Haaland
But it’s considered the deal won’t be an easy one for Chelsea due to the rivalry existing between the two clubs.
Tottenham aren’t comfortable letting their players join Chelsea neither are Chelsea comfortable doing the opposite.
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More reason why Daniel Levy has put so much money in the English man’s head so as to scare off every suitors as he even isn’t comfortable letting Kane leave that cheap.
But Harry Kane’s stance on his future ahead of the new season remains unchanged. The striker has made it clear overtime to the board at Spurs of his desire to try competition elsewhere.
The 27-year-old believes his 166 goals in 242 league games could have won him a silverware elsewhere and is willing to make the switch now.
Speaking ahead of the Euro2020, Kane said of his future; “I remain concerned about my future but this isn’t my worry now, I have to focus on the Euro ahead of us.
“I hope I can score good goals and make important impacts, maybe that will help my new season.
Kane is also on Manchester United’s radar and is considered a possible option after turning away from Erling Haaland chase.