Manchester United tipped to send three players to Tottenham as part of Harry Kane transfer

Spurs: What's the latest on Harry Kane?

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Manchester United and Manchester City would have to send up to three players in the opposite direction to secure a deal for Tottenham striker Harry Kane this summer, reckons former West Ham midfielder Don Hutchison. United and City, as well as Chelsea, have reportedly made contact with Kane’s representatives regarding the possibility of a summer move.

Sky Sports claim Kane has told Tottenham he wants to leave the club at the end of the season.

The England captain is still yet to win any team silverware in his career.

Spurs chairman Daniel Levy reportedly values Kane up to £150million.

Hutchison believes getting a deal done at that price in the current climate is unrealistic for Tottenham.

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The pundit has ruled out a move to Chelsea, saying Kane would not join the Stamford Bridge club due to the rivalry with Spurs.

He reckons joining United and City is more viable but only if players are used in part-exchange.

“Well Chelsea, Man United and Man City [need Kane the most],” Hutchison told ESPN FC.

“I think City or United, if they’re going to really go for him… I don’t see him going to Chelsea.

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“I do not see him making that move, I think he’s too loyal to Tottenham to go to Chelsea.

“I don’t agree that it will end up being £150m, I don’t think in this pandemic, this market, that £150m will be the number.

“I think it will be far less than that, I think you’re looking at about £120m.

“I think what Man City and what Man United are going to do in negotiations is they’re going to have to offer some players.

“They’re going to have to offer Tottenham two or three decent players to try and whittle it down to something like £90m.

“It’s still a lot of money to pay but it might not seem too bad if you’re all of a sudden giving Spurs two or three players and you’re paying in and around £80m-£90m.

“I know it’s ludicrous money but in football terms it’s not for one of the very best in the world. So they’re going to have to be creative.”

Tottenham interim boss Ryan Mason was asked about Kane’s future at his press conference on Tuesday.

And he insisted Kane has not asked to leave, saying: “No, not that I’m aware of.

“Like I say, all this speculation I’m not sure. All of my conversations I’ve had with H have been about the game the other day and also preparing for the game tomorrow. So no…I don’t know.”

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