Chelsea manger Thomas Tuchel has declared his admiration for Harry Kane, by admitting any manager would want to manage the highly-rated England forward.
The Blues, who are in market for a new forward, joined Manchester City and Manchester United, by registering their interest in the England captain.
And ahead of summer transfer window, Thomas Tuchel made no attempt to hide his personal interest in signing a top-class centre forward like Harry Kane, who recorded of 32 goals in 47 games across all competitions this season.
Responding to questions about Kane, who believes he has a gentleman’s agreement to leave Tottenham this summer, Tuchel made it clear he would love to bring him to Stamford Bridge.
The German coach said: ‘If you find any coach around the world who would not like to have Harry Kane in his team, call me again — I would like to speak with the guy and hear about his ideas of scoring and attacking.
‘Everybody loves Harry Kane but he has a long-term contract and we will not get involved with disrespectful comments.’
Kane, who under contract until 2024, value at £150million and report by Independent claim early this week that the Blues willing to meet the asking price of England captain this summer.
Meanwhile, Erling Haaland, Romelu Lukaku and Sergio Aguero – who is on the verge of agreeing a move to Barcelona – have also been identified as targets.