Harry Kane is unlikely to move outside the Premier League due to the costs involved in buying him.
European football journalist Andy Brassell told talkSPORT European clubs linked, like PSG, Real Madrid and Barcelona, are unlikely to be in for the England skipper – leaving the door open for Man United, Chelsea and City to move.
“It’s a lot of money to ask. The sort of money they’d want to sell him, before we even get to signing on fees and wages, it’s a lot,” he said.
“I don’t see how there is anyone outside the Premier League who can afford him, I just don’t see that as possible.
“Paris Saint-Germain’s priorities are elsewhere. I saw a hilarious headline in El Mundo Deportivo where they are still basking in the glory of Erling Haaland’s representatives paying a visit and had a big picture of Harry Kane saying ‘plan B is expensive too’.
“One, I don’t think I’d be that happy being described as the plan B and two, there’s no way you can afford either of them. Or even a pair of their branded replica boots.
“[Barcelona] couldn’t afford Memphis Depay in January.”
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