Tottenham could be forced to cash in on Harry Kane in this transfer window as the striker remains hell-bent on leaving the club this summer.
Kane had told Spurs he wants to leave in May and had hoped they would secure an agreement with another club before he returned from Euro 2020.
That hasn’t happened and he is yet to turn up for preseason training at the club amidst interest from Manchester City.
Spurs remain adamant that they would not sell him unless their asking price is met.
He has just turned 28, yet Spurs are demanding a fee of around £150million, a figure that most clubs would struggle to pay.
Sun Sports says Manchester City will go as high as £130million, which could eventually force Tottenham to sell.
If that happens, then they would need to sign a replacement and the report drew up a list of players that Tottenham could pick from to replace him.
It claims that Tottenham has an interest in Chelsea’s Tammy Abraham and they could use some of the money from selling Kane to sign the Londoner.
They also watched Alexander Isak at Euro 2020 and could make the Real Sociedad man their striker ahead of the new season.
Patrik Schick of Bayer Leverkusen is another Euro 2020 star on their radar and they could bring the Czech Republic star to England.
Duvan Zapata (Atalanta) and Lautaro Martinez (Inter Milan) are two Serie A strikers that they are also thinking about signing.
If they cannot land either, they may move for Dusan Vlahovic of Fiorentina who is young and has an eye for goals as well.