Tottenham will demand between £110-120million for Harry Kane this summer.
That is the view of former Sunderland and England striker Kevin Phillips, speaking exclusively to Football Insider about the England captain potentially leaving Spurs this summer in pursuit of silverware.
Kane told Sky Sports in the wake of Spurs’ League Cup final defeat that he wants to “win the biggest team prizes” in his playing career.
Phillips believes the “biggest stumbling block” in a potential move will be the price tag.
“How much is he worth? That is the million dollar question,” he told Football Insider.
“I have always said that this is a massive season for Tottenham. I always felt that if they did not win silverware Harry Kane would move on and I still fell that way.
“He has said himself that he wants to win major trophies and that is not going to happen at Spurs on current evidence. He has to move on if he wants to do that. No-one would begrudge him for it.
“The biggest stumbling block is the fee. How much would they demand? It will be £110-120million at least.
“Manchester City and Manchester United can afford it but look at his age and his injury record. It is not a straight forward deal. From his point of view though it is time to move on.”