HE KAN GO
Tottenham hero Glenn Hoddle believes his former club may decide to cash in on England captain Harry Kane but doesn’t expect anyone to “cough up” £150million.
Kane is likely to leave Spurs in the summer and has been linked with a move to Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea.
Hoddle told the Daily Mirror: “I don’t think anyone’s going to cough up £150million, I think they could cough up £100million plus two players, if it’s Manchester City, Manchester United, whoever.
“That deal isn’t an easy done and dusted deal when you’ve got three years left on your contract; he might still be at Tottenham.
“Then again, Tottenham may feel he’s 28 in the summer and might think, ‘We’ve got to cash in now’, because when he’s 29 and going to the World Cup [next year], they’re not going to have that kind of offer.
“As a Spurs man, I hope he doesn’t go, but if he does go, I wish him well”