Tottenham are in a strong position to demand a “ridiculously huge” transfer fee for Harry Kane this summer, according to Paul Robinson.

The former Spurs and England number one, speaking exclusively to Football Insider, said the 27-year-old will find it difficult to leave north London given his transfer value.

As quoted by Sky Sports, the England captain revealed while on international duty that he will decide his future after this summer’s Euros.

Kane has three-and-a-half years remaining on his contract, worth a reported £10.4million-a-year.

According to CIES Football Observatory, the Premier League’s top scorer was worth £107million as of January 2021.

When asked how much Kane would be worth this summer, Robinson told Football Insider: “This is the big, big problem.

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“Kane can want to leave but if no-one is willing to pay his valuation, he won’t be going anywhere.

“If Spurs have got the power to dig in and demand a ridiculously huge transfer fee for him, it could be difficult.

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“Spurs could do because they are in no financial difficulty or rush to get rid of Harry Kane. The club are in a position where they can do that.

“Was someone to pay a huge fee for him though, and he wanted to leave, he would go with everyone’s blessing. He has given absolutely everything for this club. Whatever decision he makes, you cannot level any type of criticism at him.” 

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