Juventus Makes Move For Harry Kane

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With the transfer window in full swing, clubs and players have begun to make their moves.

Tottenham star Harry Kane had voiced his frustrations with the club prior to the opening of the transfer window after the Spurs’ inability to win any major trophies.

The English Premier League’s top clubs have certainly taken notice of this development, and Manchester City has positioned itself as the leading club to buy the disgruntled striker.

Tottenham striker Harry Kane now has 150 Premier League goals
Tottenham striker Harry Kane now has scored over 150 Premier League goals
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Kane mentioned that he would prefer to stay in England, but a move to Spain has not been ruled out.

However, an Italian powerhouse club has joined in the pursuit for the English striker.

In a report published by Calciomercato, Juventus is definitely interested in acquiring the English striker.

With a hefty €150 million ($181 million) price tag attached to Kane, his reported wages of almost $15 million-a-season would be perfect for the rebuilding club.

Cristiano Ronaldo’s future with Juventus is also in doubt as he has been linked to both Paris Saint-Germain and a return to former club Manchester United.

A move for Kane would mean that the Italian club is more than ready to move on from Ronaldo’s big wages.

However, Tottenham owner Daniel Levy has stated that he “will do whatever is right for Tottenham,” suggesting that he’s prepared to stand his ground and will not entertain any bid of less than the stated asking fee.

Should Kane be moved to Juventus, it would do wonders for the club as it would provide them with a proven world-class striker.

Moreover, Kane would be able to fulfill his dreams of competing for a major trophy every year.

Paul Pogba has also been linked to the Italian Club, with both Paulo Dybala and Ronaldo being linked to a move to Manchester United in a player swap deal. 

If Ronaldo were to reunite with his former club, Kane will be joining a potent striker lineup composed of Dybala, Pogba and Alvaro Morata.

As it stands, Manchester City is still in the lead to sign Kane. But with Juventus entering the race, the pressure is on Tottenham to make a move or standpat and try to rekindle the flame with the striker.

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