Chelsea could be offering as many as three players to Tottenham in exchange for Harry Kane, according to reports.
The Spurs marksman has already gone public and confirmed his desire to move on, claiming his future will be decided by him and not Daniel Levy.
Tottenham are set to demand up to £150million and there is an expectancy that any clubs that consider making a bid will table a player-plus-cash offer.
ESPN claim Chelsea are willing to include Kepa Arrizabalaga, Tammy Abraham and Callum Hudson-Odoi in a deal for the England international.
Although Abraham is evidently not on Kane's level, he represents a like-for-like replacement and is set to continue developing.
Chelsea are keen to offload their £71million flop Kepa this summer and they believe he is still worth close to £40m.
Furthermore, Hudson-Odoi is a player with frightening potential that is still waiting to be unlocked.
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The north London side do want a sizeable fee included in any package for Kane and would prefer straight cash so they can reinvest in their squad, which is in desperate need of an overhaul.
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