Tottenham Hotspur chairman David Levy could be open to selling Harry Kane to bitter London rivals Chelsea, only if Blues offer cash-plus-player like Tammy Abraham, according to reports.
The Blues are in market for a new centre-forward this summer, with Thomas Tuchel keen to strengthen his attacking options in order to challenge Manchester City for domestic league next season.
It’s understood that Tuchel’s recruitment team are identified Dortmund’s Erling Haaland, Inter Milan’s Romelu Lukaku and Spurs striker Harry Kane, their primary targets and believed get one at of their primary targets will be huge boost for German forntline in upcoming campaign.
Erling Haaland, who establish himself as one of the exciting prospect in Europe, with scoring 57 goals and additional of 15 assists in just 59 appearances for the German giants, believed to be top wishlist of Blues target and already contact the Bundesliga giants over his availability this summer.
The Champions League holder have reportedly prepared to launch £150million bid for Norwegian star, however, Dortmund reluctant to selling him this summer, due to potential departure of Jando Sancho to Manchester United.
As a result of that, the Blues have switch their attention to other targets, and reports by The Athletic, claimed any deal to sign Kane could be made easier with a cash-plus-player deal while wishlist Romelu Lukaku could be interested in returning to Stamford Bridge.
The reports explain in details that any deal may be more appealing to Tottenham owner Daniel Levy as the Blues could involve a player in the deal such as Tammy Abraham, who would be more realistic than any player that Manchester City could offer for the striker.
Abraham, who scored 12 goals in 36 appearances across all competitions for Chelsea last term, could then just replace Kane in the team.
Manchester City are also willing to offer players in a potential deal for Harry Kane, but, the likes of Raheem Sterling and Riyad Mahrez are on high salary, which Spurs may not be able to or willing to afford.
Romelu Lukaku, on the other hand, has been heavily linked with a return to Stamford Bridge and reports by The Athletic, claimed that the striker believers there is ‘a case of unfinished business’ in London.
The Blues also hold a great relationship with the player’s agent, Federico Pastorello, which could make a deal easier, however, Serie A champions are not interested in selling the 28-year-old, who is valued at over £100 million.