Harry Kane £150m or Mbappe £175m who would you pick?

Harry Kane £150m or Mbappe £175m who would you pick?

According to The Daily Mail, Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy wants as much as £150 million for star striker Harry Kane. Manchester United and Manchester City are reportedly interested in signing Kane in the summer of 2021, and although Levy is not willing to do any deal, he has slapped a £150 million price-tag on the striker.

Kane is one of the best strikers in the Premier League and is a proven goalscorer for Spurs. According to WhoScored, the 27-year-old has scored 13 goals and provided 11 assists in 21 league games for Jose Mourinho’s side so far this season.

Kane Market Value Stats

Kane value
Kane value

City could do with a new and established striker in the summer of 2021. Sergio Aguero has had injury problems, while Gabriel Jesus is still progressing and developing. Edinson Cavani is in good form for United, but a player of Kane’s quality and goalscoring prowess would make the Red Devils even more potent in attack.

And according to THE SUN

PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN will demand £175million for Kylian Mbappe this summer, according to reports.

Mbappe’s contract expires in the summer of 2022.

Mbappe Market Value Stats

Mbappe Market Value Stats

But if he decides not to extend the deal, PSG may look to cash in at the end of this season.

Even though the 22-year-old will only have a year left at that stage, the French champions still want £175m, according to Le Parisien.

Mbappe enjoys playing for PSG but is said to be coming around to the idea of leaving.

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