Three days ago, we brought a report from AS, which claimed that Tottenham Hotspur required 250 million euros from Real Madrid to sanction the sale of Christian Eriksen last summer.
At that time, the national team of Denmark had a two-year contract
It is known that Daniel Levy is a tough negotiator and if you're wondering what price he would have quoted for Harry Kane, who is still five years old By contract, today's edition of AS gives their version of that truth.
After the departure of Cristiano Ronaldo, the Los Blancos struggled to score what they did when the Portuguese striker was in the club, and to strengthen the attack, they identified the twenty-five as a goal for next season .
Before Christmas, a Spanish club executive approaches the north side of London to probe the price for the attacker and in response, he received a "more discouraging and more dissuasive" eply ̵
Levy is aware of the anguish of Madrid after the exit of Ronaldo and knows that they will invest a lot in the summer, which is why he is prepared.
AS states that the Champions League winners would like to wait and see how this season ends.
Tottenham, on the other hand, is in no hurry and would like to restrain Kane and their manager, Mauricio Pochettino, as they head for a new project.
This sounds very similar to AS which gives another reason why Kane is not a realistic prospect.