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Glenn Hoddle insists no team is willing to stump up £150million to sign Harry Kane this summer – but he admits Tottenham may "cash in" for a lower fee.

Kane, 27, has told the Spurs hierarchy he would like to leave the club this summer, with Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea his foremost suitors.

But the England captain is under contract in north London for another three years, meaning Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is in a strong negotiating position.

While Levy is believed to value Kane at £150million, Hoddle believes it will take a part-exchange deal to sign the wantaway striker.

Kane has informed Tottenham chiefs he would like to leave this summer
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Speaking at a Betfair event, Hoddle told Mirror Football : "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."

City are reportedly preparing a part-exchange offer to sign Kane whereby they will include two players in their bid.

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Spurs legend Hoddle hopes Kane does not leave his boyhood club, but he confesses Levy may be inclined to sell up while his value is at its peak.

He added: "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."

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Although the transfer saga is continuing to trundle on, Hoddle has no doubt Kane will put it to one side as he leads the Three Lions at Euro 2020.

"I don’t think it will affect him on the pitch one bit," said the former England boss. "He’s a very good character.

"He’s professional enough, single-minded enough that when he goes on the pitch it’s not going to affect him, and he’s a team player.

"It’s human nature that in the down time in-between [matches] when he’ll be tempted to find out if there’s anything happening.

"But if anyone can control that and play and not let it affect him, Harry’s the man to do that.

"A couple of other players I’d be a bit more worried about but he’ll be fine, he’ll put it in a drawer and come back to it."

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