Tottenham’s Harry Kane too expensive for Juventus at £250m – Marotta
The FC crew pinpoint how Tottenham were able to turn around an early 2-0 deficit at Juventus and gain the advantage in their Champions League tie ahead of the second leg.
Juventus’ general manager Beppe Marotta says they cannot afford Harry Kane, amid reports in Spain that the Bianconeri were set to bid €250 million.
Don Balon claimed that Juventus had tabled a world record bid for Kane, who scored as Tottenham Hotspur fought back to draw their round-of-16 tie with Juve 2-2 on Tuesday night, but Marotta dismissed it as fantasy.
“There’s not one Italian club who, as things stand today, could afford to buy Harry Kane,” Marotta told Italy’s Mediaset television….
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