Kane’s mammoth Tottenham price – and how it compares to world’s best strikers

Harry Kane wants to leave Tottenham – but it going to cost any interested buyers a mammoth figure to sign the Englishman.

The forward, who has scored 270 goals for club and country over his career, has told the North London side he wants to leave this summer.

It comes after an 11th senior season with Spurs without a trophy as his side sit five points off a Champions League spot, having led the Premier League pack at the end of November.

With Kane on the lookout for silverware for the rest of his career, it has seen Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea already enquire with his representatives.

But the latest data suggests they will have to pay a massive fee for the 27-year-old’s services.

CIES Football Observatory published in 2019 that the Englishman was worth €200.3m [approximately £180m], still in a Champions League battle which would take them all the way to the final against Liverpool.

And the only player ahead of him in the valuation was PSG star Kylian Mbappe, who would cost €218.5m [approximately £187.9m].

At the time, it was streaks ahead of the Ballon d’Or icons, Barcelona hero Lionel Messi [€171.2million] and Juventus’ Cristiano Ronaldo [€127.2m].

While the most recent data from Transfermarkt shows all players at a lower value due to the financial impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, the fees are still eyewatering.

Kane’s value drops but it still put at €120.00m, which would see Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Pep Guardiola or Thomas Tuchel cough up £103.2m record for a new Premier League transfer record.

Mbappe is still the only player ahead of the Englishman on €160.00m – but they are joined by another goal-poacher hitting headlines in Erling Haaland.

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  • With 130 senior goals at the age of just 20 years old, Borussia Dortmund may look to solve their own financial problems with a €110.00m sale of the Norwegian.

    While the same valuation of Mohamed Salah – who could be looking for an exit – may see Liverpool enter the fray for a new forward in Kane.

    Messi drops to 20th in the world tanking on €80.00m while Ronaldo, whose Juventus side lost the Serie A title for the first time in 10 years, is out of the top 100 on €50.00m.

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