AC Milan are reportedly preparing a massive €70 million offer for Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane.
After yet another brilliant individual campaign last season where he scored 28 goals in 50 appearances for Tottenham, Harry Kane was once again subject to interest from European heavyweights such a Real Madrid, Napoli, Chelsea and even Manchester United recently. It was reported that the Red Devils were willing to offer £150,000 to the Englishman to lure him away from Spurs but he has since insisted that he is happy where he is and that he hoped to stay with Spurs for a ‘long, long time’.
According to Transfermarketweb, AC Milan are reportedly preparing a massive €70 million offer for the English striker. The report states that the Italian giants are looking to sign him ‘as soon as possible’ as the new owners have taken a liking to the striker. In September, it was reported that they were planning a massive £42 million January bid for him. The Rosonnerri manager Vincenzo Montella is reportedly impressed with the fact that the 23-year-old can be deployed as a lone striker and also as part of a 2 man strikeforce.
Carlos Bacca is Milan’s only top class center forward. He has managed 6 goals and 2 assists in 13 appearances in all competitions this season and has played a key role in getting them to third place in the Serie A. Should he suffer an injury or a drop in form, their chances of nailing down a European spot would be severely affected.
Harry Kane currently has a deal which goes on till 2020 and it is yet to be seen whether the aforementioned figure would be enough to convince Daniel Levy to let their crown jewel leave. So far this season, he has managed to score 6 goals and register 1 assist in 9 games in all competitions this and it is likely that tally would have been much higher had it not been for his lengthy injury.
Spurs’ currently sit at 5th place on the Premier League table, 1 point behind rivals Arsenal and 4 points away from League leaders Chelsea. They have managed to once again establish themselves as title contenders this season after missing out to Leicester City following a capitulation in form toward the business end of the campaign. It is unlikely that Mauricio Pochettino and Daniel Levy will want to let go of the Englishman midseason with the title race heating up, but maybe a big money summer move might be something they would consider.