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Harry Kane and Erling Haaland are two of the most sought-out strikers in Europe and they could find themselves in similar locations.
Kane's reasons for wanting a move away from Tottenham Hotspur are to do with personal ambitions after he left Wembley without a trophy in Sunday's 1-0 Carabao Cup defeat to Manchester City.
Haaland has scored 38 goals in 41 Bundesliga matches since joining from Red Bull Salzburg in 2020.
The 20-year-old Norway star has been linked with Chelsea, Liverpool and Real Madrid but a move to Manchester United or City seems more likely due to an eye-watering price tag.
Borussia Dortmund have slapped on a value of £155million to break free from his contract that runs until 2024.
England's captain Kane is halfway through a six year contract on £200,000 per week.
Reports suggest that Kane is valued by Chairman Daniel Levy at £200million.
But with some convincing, Danny Murphy thinks Kane can leave for half that figure.
"I think £100m [for Kane] from United or City is doable," Murphy told Talksport.
“I think the desire from the two Manchester clubs will be to get to the next level, especially Man United.
"If Harry Kane goes hard enough to Daniel Levy, he’ll get his move.”
He added: “I think Haaland will go to one of them and Kane will go to the other.”
However, Dortmund chief Michael Zorc is adamant Haaland will stay in Germany.
"We have made our position clear on the Haaland case," Zorc told Sky Sport.
"No matter where we end up, Erling will continue to play for us."
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