Tottenham Offered Two Chelsea Stars In Exchange For Kane: Should Levy Go For It?


Tottenham Offered Two Chelsea Stars In Exchange For Kane: Should Levy Go For It?


Chelsea has reportedly offered Tottenham Tammy Abraham and Kepa in a player-plus-cash deal to sign Harry Kane this summer. 



The Spurs striker is widely considered to be unhappy at the club and is expected to leave, placing Chelsea on high alert. 


The Blues are one of many clubs competing for Kane's services as he looks to advance in his career.


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Tammy Abraham: Tottenham's Kane Replacement?


Tammy Abraham's willingness to leave Chelsea is unsurprising, given that the forward has struggled to fit in under Thomas Tuchel, despite his lethal record in front of goal.


Tottenham Offered Two Chelsea Stars In Exchange For Kane: Should Levy Go For It?


The German, who wants to get rid of him in the summer, doesn't rate him at all. In that regard, a transfer to Tottenham may not be a bad idea for both parties concerned, as the Lilywhites do need attacking reinforcements.



Abraham, on the other hand, is by no means a substitution for Kane. In terms of talent, consistency, and style of play, the two are simply not comparable.

The former Aston Villa forward, on the other hand, has a lot of paces and maybe a perfect replacement for someone like Carlos Vinicius, whose loan spell ends at the end of the season.


What role does Kepa play?

Tottenham, who is in dire need of a new goalkeeper, could be a better choice for Kepa Arrizabalaga than Abraham. 

Hugo Lloris has been an outstanding servant over the years, but his time in England could be coming to an end as the club lacks long-term options.



That is where Kepa could come in, as the Spaniard has a lot of talent considering his horrendous current situation at Stamford Bridge. 


Tottenham Offered Two Chelsea Stars In Exchange For Kane: Should Levy Go For It?


The goalkeeper, a graduate of Athletic Bilbao's youth academy, is adept in possession and may also be an improvement over Lloris in terms of sweeping abilities.

Kepa, with the right amount of advice, could be a perfect number one at Tottenham, saving Daniel Levy the effort of looking for a new one in the market this year.




Can Tottenham accept the offer?


Abraham and Kepa are not bad options for Tottenham and could even turn out to be assets if properly developed. 

However, Chelsea would almost certainly try to squeeze the bulk of Kane's transfer value by including these two fringe players, potentially offering very little in cash for the Spurs forward's services.

It does not bode well for Tottenham, who will surely find cheaper alternatives for Kepa while needing the Kane money to finance a move for an actual top-tier replacement rather than signing a subpar backup like Abraham.



As a result. The contract makes no sense for the Lilywhites unless Chelsea is willing to spend between €80m and €90m in cash in addition to the aforementioned players this summer.


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