Premier League 20/21

faiz0

Distinguished Member
Read it the other day. Pep has agreed to stay on condition that they get him Kane - the figure quoted in the ‘story’ was £108 million. Seems a tad low to me.
 

richp007

Distinguished Member
In all seriousness, what value would you put on Kane at this current time? I'll forget about you thinking his value was dropping like a stone a few months ago ;)

Did I? You'll have to find that quote ;)

I was gonna say £150m. Then I stumbled across this to see how wild my valuation was :laugh:


I'm being more generous it would seem. Although the last month will have elevated it again!

He's 28 next summer, so I don't think he'd go for more than £150m. One 5 year contract and he'd be 33 at the end of it.

Levy would want more, but you'd be talking £200m upwards for a player who was in their early 20's I reckon. Bearing in mind FFP as well, I realistically don't see anyone matching Levy or Blood's valuations!
 

TayWax

Distinguished Member
United went in for him. But the deal Dortmund got him on was purely there to make the club a stepping stone which obviously United don't want to be seen as. They are getting an amazing player for 2 years but they will have to sell him at a third of his real value when it comes

To expand a little bit further. I don't think Dortmund stand to make that much money at all from him. After his agent fees, father fees, wages and ridiculously low buy out clause
 

davidegee

Well-known Member
Apparently after a couple of years a clause of £60m+ becomes active

Edit - 75m euro at some point in 2022, apparently
 
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richp007

Distinguished Member
A bargain I expect. Hopefully we'll be in hard for him when that becomes active. Could well be the world's no.1 striker by then - for £60m.
 

richp007

Distinguished Member
I think Real already have him lined up to be honest.

He'd be wise to consider his options come the time.

Yes in football we know wearing the Real shirt is something special, but they are not the force they were and need some serious rebuilding.
 

realfrankturner

Distinguished Member
A bargain I expect. Hopefully we'll be in hard for him when that becomes active. Could well be the world's no.1 striker by then - for £60m.

Contracts can be changed, I'd be surprised if his low buy out clause remains. His agent likes making money, so maybe one more contract at Dortmund with higher clause then a big move.
 

Toasty

Distinguished Member
No go at Molineux, not sure I'd be up for it if we could tbh, health concerns aside, with singing and shouting taboo, cold stands will be even colder this winter..
 

Dony

Distinguished Member
You’ll all be delighted with that! Who’s going?

From reading some tweets not many of the hardcore Spurs fans are up for it. Think it'll be made up mostly of corporate tourists.
Sonny will get a good reception at least :D
 

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