Read Up “Tottenham will demand £100m to sell Harry Kane.” Only one year remains on the striker’s Spurs contract, and Bayern Munich is eager to sign him. The north Londoners have previously turned down the Bundesliga winners’ offers for the 30-year-old this summer.

Alex Crook, the chief football journalist for talkSPORT, gave the dirt on the prospective fee, saying any interested party would have to fork over at least £100 million.

Bayern are now far from that amount after having their £70 million bid rejected last month.

However, talkSPORT is aware that discussions will go on as usual on Monday in an effort to reach an agreement.

Tottenham Will Demand £100m To Sell Harry Kane
Tottenham Will Demand £100m To Sell Harry Kane

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Thomas Frank, the manager of Brentford, has remained steadfast in the club’s demand of £40 million for goalkeeper David Raya.

The English talents Declan Rice and Harry Kane were mentioned by the Danish manager when evaluating the value of players in the final year of their contracts.

Raya is a negotiation, like everything else, he stated after his team’s 3-3 tie with Aston Villa. I’d love to have £40 million.

“That is the value of him. What is the cost of one of the top goalkeepers in the Premier League, who was one of the top four last season?

What direction did Declan Rice take? His deal has one year left and is worth £105 million. Is this the cost? Ist das fair?

“And Harry Kane at Tottenham has one year left and costs £150 million. At his prime, Raya is.

However, it is better that I am not negotiating. That is addressed to Arsenal’s owner Matthew Benham, director of football Phil Giles, and Giles. I merely handle the coaching.

Following the acquisitions of Nicolas Jack and Christopher Nkunku, Mauricio Pochettino has stated that he is unconcerned about whether Chelsea signs a new striker.

In the Blues’ 2-0 victory over Fulham, Nkunku netted his third goal for the team, continuing their strong preseason performances for both players.

In response to the demand for a third attacker, he stated: “Today, I believe we are satisfied with the performance, and they can really compliment one another.

“Yes, of course; perhaps we can include some additional profiles or players who can aid us; of course, we are flexible.

“I am ecstatic with both, and we have younger [potential] like Mason [Burstow] right now and [Armando] Broja] recuperating from his treatment in the UK.

“We must do an analysis right away before the transfer window ends. We’ll make the finest choice possible for the group.