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Simon Jordan thinks Tottenham might sign Harry Kane to a lifetime contract.

Spurs have offered the striker a big new contract, but he won’t sign it until the transfer window closes.

Kane has been linked with Bayern Munich and Manchester United, but Jordan believes any side would have to pay well over £100million to secure the England captain because Daniel Levy will not let his star player leave without a fight.

The talkSPORT expert stated Bayern Munich would have to move heaven and earth. I don’t think they’ll acquire Harry Kane for £80m-£100m.

Tottenham’s Harry Kane value? The major goal is top four, and you know he’ll score 25 goals, but if you sell Harry Kane for £100m, you don’t know what you’ll get from the next person.

I think Daniel Levy would want more for Harry Kane than Bayern Munich.

He thinks he can keep Harry Kane. The football orthodoxy says Kane should leave the club since he hasn’t won anything there and deserves this, and this is his last chance for a deal.

Daniel believes he can keep him.

“But even if he doesn’t get him to sign a new contract, I think someone’s going to have to write cheques well exceeding £100m.

“Despite the storm of belief that Kane will be out the door, I think there’s a distinct possibility that Tottenham will either get him to sign a new deal, which will fly in the face of orthodoxy, or they’ll get some absurd offer that even Daniel, in his most obtuse mood, would be reluctant to turn down.

“Because Harry Kane has risk attached to himself, where Spurs can say: ‘Harry, we’re going to offer you a contract, we’ll make you even wealthier than you already are, we’ll take you above the £250,000-a-week that you’re currently on and pay you even more, or you can take the risk you get injured next year and all of a sudden contractual options for you aren’t quite as varied’.