Tottenham transfer shortlist: 4 strikers Levy may sign after 'Harry Kane fails to return'

Erling Haaland

Now, hear me out. Yes, Tottenham isn’t the marquee destination Erling Haaland will be dreaming of, but this move would be feasible.

With Borussia Dortmund reportedly valuing Haaland at £150m this summer, Spurs could push the boat out and use all of the funds received for Kane to try and sign him.

Even if City make up a chunk of the fee with a player, Spurs wouldn’t likely need more than £50m to raise.

Of course, the player’s desires are important, but it’d be worth trying to make what would be an immense statement of intent.