Tottenham must get the right deal if Harry Kane decides to quit the north London club, according to former Spurs goalie Paul Robinson. The England captain Kane has been linked with a move away from Spurs, with Manchester United, Manchester City, Real Madrid and Juventus all monitoring the 26-year-old's situation. The Lilywhites striker added fuel to the rumours last week, admitting that he may have to leave the club in his quest to win trophies. However, ex-Spurs keeper Robinson says that the Lilywhites must sign the right players to replace Kane if he eventually leaves the club. “It is difficult when a player of that magnitude and that quality says that they want to leave a club - it’s just like with Gareth Bale," Robinson, who played 175 games for Spurs between 2004 and 2008 and won 41 England caps, told the Express. “The deal has to be right. In the past, Spurs chairman Daniel Levy has made sure the deals are right and he has got excellent value for players. “The deal would have to be right for everybody and it would have to be a very large sum of money that could be reinvested into the squad. “The squad needs strengthening. To take Harry out of the equation you would need to reinvest the money very sensibly. You only have to look at Bale.” The former Blackburn shot-stopper added: “There will be an interesting conversation with Spurs next season if they are not challenging on any front midway through.”
Reports suggest Tottenham have slapped a £150million price tag on the England international Kane, which would eclipse the £85.3 million they got for Bale, who moved to Real Madrid back in 2013.
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