Daniel Levy has a price in mind for anyone wanting to buy Harry Kane at Tottenham, there could be two more big departures at Arsenal this summer and Man Utd made a big offer for Kingsley Coman, all in the papers.
KANE HAS £150M PRICE TAG
Potential buyers for Harry Kane will have to put £150m on the table before Daniel Levy will even sit down, according to a report.
The Daily Mail insist that Tottenham’s stance has always been that Kane is not for sale and that remains the case.
However, there is a price tag on the England man’s head, according to the paper. And suitors would have to stump up a British record transfer fee to have any chance of landing the striker.
Kane is contracted to Spurs until 2024 on a deal worth around £200,000 a week.
Two clubs who could have an interest in the England captain are believed to be Man Utd and Man City. Both could pay the wages of the forward, but with the Covid-19 pandemic hitting income it’s doubtful whether either club could meet the asking price.
It’s also unclear as to why now the paper claim Levy has put a price tag on their talisman. Whether or not they have fielded enquiries for the 13-goal striker is unknown.
However, a transfer away for the Walthamstow-born forward would be hugely unpopular with the fans, who have seen their side slip from the top to sixth in the Premier League this term.
Manchester United and Manchester City made significant offers for Bayern Munich winger Kingsley Coman last summer, with United willing to pay Coman at least €8m per year (SportBild)
Chelsea are chasing Bayern Munich defender Niklas Sule (AZ)
South Korea forward Son Heung-min, 28, whose contract at Tottenham runs until 2023, says it is a “bit unfair” to talk about if he will sign a new contract with negotiations having been paused because of the coronavirus pandemic. (Daily Mail)
Arsenal are plotting wholesale changes this summer that could see Alexandre Lacazette and David Luiz leave but Dani Ceballos stay on a permanent deal (The Sun)
Both Juventus and Tottenham are interested in signing Lacazette from Tottenham (Todo Fichajes)
Brazil defender David Luiz, 33, Uruguay midfielder Lucas Torreira, 25, and French midfielder Matteo Guendouzi, 21, also look set to leave Arsenal. (Star)
Barcelona could have signed Mbappe in 2017 but chose instead to buy 22-year-old French forward Ousmane Dembele from Borussia Dortmund. (Mirror)
Barcelona presidential candidate Joan Laporta has pledged to do “everything possible” to convince Argentina forward Lionel Messi, 33, to remain at the club. (Sky Sports)
LALIGA GIANTS CHASE CHELSEA DUO
Hakim Ziyech and Christian Pulisic’s situations at Chelsea could provide options in the transfer market for Barcelona and Real Madrid. (Don Balon)
Thierry Henry and former Arsenal team-mate Patrick Vieira are going head-to-head for the vacant managerial role at Bournemouth. (Talksport)
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is weighing up giving Amad Diallo his Manchester United debut in Turin on Thursday. (Daily Mail)
England’s World Cup qualifier in Albania next month can go ahead after the FA secured an exemption from the Government’s travel restrictions. (Daily Mail)
This season’s Champions League final is set to be played out in front of thousands of fans. (Daily Mail)
TUCHEL DREAMS OF KESSIE
Thomas Tuchel is reportedly a big fan of Franck Kessie and “dreams” of bringing the AC Milan midfielder to Chelsea. (Il Milanista)
Atletico Madrid and Uruguay striker Luis Suarez, 34, says he will decide when the time is right to retire, but it won’t be for a few years. (ESPN)
There is no guarantee Netherlands midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum, 30, will secure a move to Barcelona should he leave Liverpool as a free agent in the summer, because of the Spanish side’s financial situation. (Liverpool Echo)
Real Madrid are monitoring central defensive options as the uncertainty around the future of Sergio Ramos grows and Pau Torres is a target (Goal)
Real Madrid midfielder Federico Valverde has reportedly been identified by Manchester United as a replacement for Paul Pogba. (The Sun)
Juventus are keen on Moise Kean, who is on loan at PSG from Everton (Le10sport)
Rashford: Social media positives need highlighting
Speaking at the Financial Times’ Business of Football Summit, Marcus Rashford said social media can be a force for good when used in the right ways and he wants more of the positive stories highlighted.
CAVANI WANTS TO STAY
Edinson Cavani wants to stay at Manchester United beyond the end of this season, despite the club not yet triggering his one-year extension clause (Telegraph)
Clubs are queueing up to sign in-form defender Jules Kounde from Sevilla, but believes PSG are preparing to outbid the competition and spend €20m more than their competitors to sign him (La Razon)
Wayne Rooney has turned down the chance to sign Ravel Morrison for Derby after it was revealed that he pinched his boots while at Manchester United. (The Sun)
Joey Barton is talking to Bristol Rovers about their boss position – a month after League One rivals Fleetwood Town sacked him. (The Sun)
Antonio Rudiger is living up to his reputation as an ‘agent’ for Chelsea with the defender admitting he’s in “contact” with David Alaba amid interest from the west London outfit in signing the Bayern Munich defender. (Daily Express)