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'If Kane scores 25 goals, Spurs will still want £150m' - Waddle advises Man City target to put exit clause in contract

 The former Tottenham winger believes a move could still happen in the future, but only if a prolific frontman can avoid more "verbal agreements"

Harry Kane could still make a move away from Tottenham in future windows, says Chris Waddle, but only if he can get an exit clause written into a contract that prevents his valuation from remaining at £150 million ($206m).

That is the price that Daniel Levy is said to have been demanding this summer, with Manchester City unable to do business at that mark after already breaking the British transfer record in a £100m ($137m) deal for Jack Grealish.

Kane has, as a result, stated that he will be remaining in north London, with Waddle expecting discussions to be held regarding fresh terms for a player that will turn 29 when another market opens for business in 12 months time.

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