Chelsea are reportedly open to exchanging three of their finest payers to sign Tottenham wantaway striker Harry Kane.
The club will gladly allow the likes of Tammy Abraham, Kepa Arrizabalaga and Callum-Hudson join their London rivals provided they can sign Harry Kane.
Kane is without doubt a world class striker and one of the most reliable finishers in Spurs and Premier League history. A player of that quality will instantly win club’s like Liverpool, Manchester City or Chelsea domestic and European players.
But signing him won’t be cheap.
Spurs chairman Daniel Levy have placed a £150m price tag on the 27-year-old which frankly will be too big to afford.
Just like Erling Haaland or Kylian Mbappe, Kane will very difficult to sign except billionaire owner Roman Abramovich finances the deal singlehandedly or, Chelsea exchange three of their players for the attacker plus £30m.