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Spurs owner Daniel Levy sets valuation for Harry Kane amid Real Madrid interest

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Mauricio Pochettino's Tottenham side are set to do battle with Real Madrid on Tuesday night at the Santiago Bernabeu.

Both clubs boast 100% records in the Champions League thus far and it's definitely the standout meeting in matchday three.

Tottenham striker Harry Kane has been in incredible form over the last few weeks and his goalscoring achievements in 2017 compare favourably to Cristiano Ronaldo.

Zinedine Zidane spoke highly of the 24-year-old England international in his pre-match press conference and speculation is beginning to mount regarding a potential move to Real Madrid.

"He is a complete player and he is always working to get to the goal,” Zidane said. “He has great speed and is good finding emptying spaces. But we know that Tottenham is not only about Kane. We will be well prepared for this game.”

Kane's Argentine boss has challenged the Spurs academy graduate to emulate the career of Roma legend Francesco Totti.

“Harry was so emotional when he saw the last game of Totti, who had only played at one club,” Pochettino said.

“He was very emotional and what I say is that maybe Harry can have the same career as Totti. When he saw Totti’s farewell at Roma, that creates extra motivation.

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"I hope he stays with us for a long time because he has great quality. He enjoys Tottenham and he probably identifies with the club more because he is from the academy.”

Levy names Kane's price

Neymar moved to PSG in a world record £198m deal this summer and Tottenham owner Daniel Levy will only sell Kane at a higher price, according to The Times.

Spurs will surely not want to sell but it appears Levy has signalled that England's star man does indeed have a price - albeit a very high one.


The Times report that Levy is desperate to keep Kane for the first season in their new stadium and will not even entertain offers until 2019.

Kane has four-and-a-half years remaining on his current £100,000-a-week deal at Spurs but is expected to be rewarded with an improved contract to reflect his amazing form.

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