Tottenham Hotspur captain Harry Kane wants chairman Daniel Levy to entertain offers for him this summer, according to a report.
The Lilywhites are set for another trophyless end to the campaign following their defeat in the EFL Cup final, and their Champions League hopes are also hanging by a thread.
As a result, Kane has been strongly linked with a move to the likes of Manchester United or Chelsea, but a recent report claimed that Spurs will rebuff any attempts to prise him away from North London this summer.
However, The Sun claims that the England captain will ask Levy to listen to offers for him should they arrive, but he is not prepared to formally submit a transfer request.
The report adds that Levy would ideally be after a whopping £175m for the striker, but it would be almost impossible to find a club willing to fork out that amount of money amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Man United are supposedly preparing a bid of £90m for Kane, who has scored 31 goals and assisted 16 more in 46 matches across all competitions this term.