September 20, 2021


Next Level Game Over

Premier League 2021, EPL, transfer news, Harry Kane, Spurs, Manchester City, Chelsea target Erling Haaland

Daniel Levy has thrown a spanner in the works of any potential Harry Kane sale with the Tottenham chairman only willing to settle for cash, according to local reports.

The Sun reports that he won’t entertain any players swaps — and isn’t willing to sell his star striker and captain for anything less than a whopping £150 million (A$273m).

Manchester City was said to be the frontrunner to sign the wantaway 27-year-old, although the club had reportedly planned to put forward Raheem Sterling and/or Gabriel Jesus — plus cash £60m (A$109m) — to make it happen.

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Sterling is earning a reported £300,000-a-week in Manchester, which has made Levy baulk at his signature, according to The Sun, particularly given he would be heading to a team not in the Champions League.

Levy is yet to enter any negotiations for the sale of Kane — who has three years left to run on his deal — and will only be swayed by a big money-only offer.

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Chelsea talks to bring over Borussia Dortmund’s Erling Haaland have started.Source: AFP

Chelsea is reportedly after a gun striker of its own with talks starting to bring over Borussia Dortmund’s Erling Haaland.

Dortmund has already indicated it is not interested in selling, but Sportmail reports that that hasn’t stopped Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel from making an approach.

Chelsea would have to be willing to fork out a massive fee worth up to £170 million (A$310m), according to the publication.

The Blues are said to be willing to offload Tammy Abraham, who has been rated at about £40 million, to help raise the funds.

Chelsea has turned its attention to Haaland after Romelu Lukaku indicated that he wants to stay at Italian champions Inter Milan, while the club faces too many roadblocks to sign Tottenham’s Kane.

Haaland will also be a tricky player to land with many of Europe’s top clubs also interested.

Dortmund remains confident that the 20-year-old will stay put for next season.


Manchester United, Liverpool and Arsenal are all eyeing off Brighton defender Ben White.Source: Getty Images

Manchester United, Liverpool and Arsenal are all eyeing off Brighton defender Ben White after he was added to England’s Euro 2020 squad.

Now the Seagulls have jacked up the price, valuing the 23-year-old at £50 million (A$91m), Sportsmail reports.

Brighton ultimately want to keep White but a big-money offer could prove to be too good to refuse.

Club chief Paul Barber recently suggested as much, saying: “We know some of our best players aren’t going to be with us for ever and, if the right offer comes along and they want to leave, then they can go.”

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