It has been claimed that Tottenham Hotspur have set their price tag for Harry Kane following reports that the Manchester City and Real Madrid-linked striker wants to quit the north London side.
According to The Athletic journalist David Ornstein, the 27-year-old is considering an exit from Spurs amid a difficult few weeks at the club.
At the start of the season, Kane stated that he wants to challenge for the biggest trophies possible, but was not certain those achievements could be reached at Spurs.
It is now claimed the forward would favour leaving the London club at the end of the campaign, but any move could prove difficult considering the reported price tag Daniel Levy has placed on him.
The Lilywhites' chairman will reportedly accept no less than £120 million (R2.4 billion) for Kane's signature, and does not want to sell the striker to a rival club in the Premier League.
Kane has scored 27 goals and assisted a further 16 strikes in 40 matches across all competitions under Jose Mourinho this season, with 30 of those goal involvements coming in 27 Premier League games.
The striker has long been linked with a move to Los Blancos, although City have also been tipped to swoop for him should it become clear he will push for an exit from Spurs.
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