The England skipper sealed a fresh contract before announcing himself to the globe at the World Cup.
And with no set price in his terms at Spurs, admirers such as Real Madrid would have to smash the £200million mark to have any chance of landing him.
Brazil star Neymar is currently the world’s most expensive player — having moved from Barcelona to Paris Saint-Germain last summer for a massive fee of £198MILLION.
Kane, who has hit six goals so far on England’s run to the semi-finals in Russia, now boasts a market value higher than the Samba ace, according to boffins at CIES Football Observatory.
Spurs would not comment on Kane’s contract, but have always insisted there is no appetite to sell their prize asset. And his new contract to 2024 means they can reject any offers.
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Putting himself in Golden Boot contention will only increase the value of the 24-year-old, who has always stated his loyalty to the club he loves.
Harry Winks will get the chance to win back his England place next season.
Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino is ready to use the 22-year-old as Mousa Dembele’s replacement in central midfield.
Winks missed the second half of last season with ankle problems to rule him out of World Cup contention, but he is set for regular football next season.
His promotion will be part of Poch’s squad overhaul, although the players heading out of Spurs will depend on other clubs playing a waiting game.
Danny Rose, Dembele, Fernando Llorente and Moussa Sissoko can go for the right price.
But foreign clubs are waiting for prices to drop — and may hold on until AFTER the Premier League window shuts on August 9.
Spurs are tracking Red Bull Salzburg ace Amadou Haidara as a long-term investment.
The Mali midfielder, 20, is valued at £15m and caught the eye in his club’s run to last season’s Europa League semi-finals.
Spurs are also still hopeful a deal can be done with Aston Villa for £20m-rated Jack Grealish.
The 22-year-old is on tour in Portugal with the Championship club.
Cash-strapped Villa are open to discussions but want to drive the price up.
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