Tottenham chairman, Daniel Levy, is digging in his heels over a fee for Harry Kane.
According to The Sun, the Spurs chairman will settle for no less than a cash-only £150m for the Englishman.
Last month Kane dropped the bombshell that he is ready to leave north London in order to further his career and finally add club silverware to his personal trophy cabinet.
Kane, 27, has informed chairman Levy of his intention to move on and believes they have a verbal agreement from last summer that he will be allowed to do so, despite three years remaining on his contract.
Levy, who is notoriously hard to deal with, is definitely not interested in ‘cast-offs’ as part of a player-exchange deal for the 27-year-old.
Manchester City are now favourites to sign Kane this summer, with the striker understood to be keen to remain in English football.