‘We’ll buy, how much?’ Saudis with deep pockets try to hijack even Kane

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‘We’ll buy it. How much?

The deep-pocketed Saudi Arabian league is looking to snatch up another ‘big star’. It’s unclear if it will happen. There are many obstacles. First of all, it’s doubtful that the player himself would want to go. There’s no real reason for it other than money. Al Hilal, one of the leading clubs in the Saudi Arabian league, is trying to sign Tottenham Hotspur ace Harry Kane, 30, who is currently a hot commodity in the transfer market.

“Al-Hilal are making a shock move for Kane,” the Daily Mail reported on July 23 (ET). Kane is the most sought-after player in this summer’s transfer market. With only one year left on his contract with his hometown club, Tottenham, he hasn’t signed a contract extension and is on the market. Kane wants trophies more than money. Kane realized that as long as he remained at Tottenham, his chances of lifting the trophy would diminish. He wanted to move to a team where he could win trophies. Many big European clubs wanted him.온라인카지노

However, Kane’s destination has not yet been decided. Manchester United were the first to show interest in Kane, but they could not afford the “minimum £100 million” transfer fee that Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy wanted. United eventually raised the white flag. Real Madrid of the Primera Liga and Paris Saint-Germain of the French Ligue 1 were also interested, but did not move forward.

Currently, the most active team in the race for Kane is Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich. The Bavarians added defender Kim Min-jae in the summer transfer window and are keen to sign a goalkeeper. They see Kane as the right man to fill the void left by Robert Lewandowski. They have already sent a second offer to Tottenham for Kane. Although the second offer was rejected, Munich did not give up. They are preparing to make a huge third offer.

Into this atmosphere, Al Hilal of the Saudi Arabian League suddenly appeared. Al Hilal is actively recruiting players. After signing Leo Neves (£47 million), they added Kalidou Koulibaly (£33 million) and Sergei Milinkovic-Savic (£34 million). In total, they’ve spent £114 million on these three signings, but they’re looking to spend more. The target is Kane.

The outlet quotes Sky Sports as saying: “Saudi Arabian side Al-Hilal are interested in signing Kane. They are already in talks with Kane’s agent. They have not yet made contact with Tottenham. Al-Hilal are hoping to beat out Munich for Kane. If Al Hilal offer more than £100 million, it’s possible that Tottenham chairman Levy will accept the transfer. Kane will then have to choose. It will be interesting to see if Kane accepts the move to Saudi Arabia.

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