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Tottenham chairman Levy sets price for Kane sale

Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is determined to price Harry Kane out of a move away this summer.

Having signed a mega six-year contract in the summer of 2018, Kane's future is still in Spurs' hands whether or not he pushes hard for an exit once the season ends.

The Daily Mail says that has encouraged chairman Daniel Levy to put up a £200m fee for the 26-year-old that he is confident will not be met.

The next transfer window will come amid football's major readjustment due to the coronavirus, in a financial and potentially cultural sense.

Large fees are thought to be incredibly unlikely even if top clubs can keep the economic damage to a minimum.

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