If it is not Kylian Mbappé, who will panic the counters in the event of departure from Paris, another attacker risks breaking the ceiling this summer.
England is in turmoil. Bookmakers on the lookout. Behind the scenes of the behemoths of Manchester, United and City, something is going on. A historic transfer if we are to believe the British tabloids. The two northern clubs would be ready to break the bank to welcome a striker of choice. Not the coveted ones Kylian Mbappé and Erling Haaland but a sure bet in the Premier League: Harry kane.
Author of 35 goals in 32 outings in all competitions this season – the scorer of Tottenham, 27, has been walking the lawns of the kingdom for a decade. With the benefit of Spurs a ratio for the least effective of 209 banderillas planted in 318 matches. And an ever more impressive performance over the years. Red Devils and Citizens are not mistaken, and would have made the person their priority to evolve in tip from the next fiscal year.
The price is fixed
President Levy, known to be tough in business, would not be against the idea of giving up the number one offensive asset of his team, three years before the end of his contract. Only to procure the services of Kane, it will have to pay the price: the equivalent in pounds of 173 million euros. This is the third transfer in history in terms of compensation after the resounding arrivals at PSG of Neymar (222 million euros) and Kylian Mbappé (180 million euros) in the summer of 2017.
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