It's no secret that Manchester City want to sign Harry Kane this summer.
Pep Guardiola's side need a striker after Sergio Aguero departed for Barcelona.
It was even reported earlier this week that City were set to sign Kane in a massive deal.
Daniel Levy had previously been reluctant to let Kane join a Premier League club but it was said that he had changed his mind.
Kane was reported to be 'delighted' with Levy's U-turn.
Sean Dyche, manager of Burnley, appeared on talkSPORT on Friday and he was asked about the reports.
The 50-year-old produced an amusing answer where he joked about the massive fee involved.
“To be honest, I couldn’t work out whether they were buying the club or a player!" He said. “When I heard that, I was like, ‘really?’
While he was baffled about the fee, he did praise Kane as a player.
"But who knows. He’s a top player, though," he added.
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It's no wonder that Dyche was so stunned about the fee involved.
If the deal does go ahead, it would be the second biggest deal in football history, behind Neymar's £222m move from Barcelona to Paris Saint-Germain.
He's a world-class player and is one of the best players in the world.
But paying that much money for a player who turns 28 years old later this month could be considered steep.