Tottenham's six-man transfer shortlist of stars who could replace Harry Kane includes Lautaro Martinez & Tammy Abraham

TOTTENHAM will seemingly have to draw up a shortlist of forwards to replace wantaway striker Harry Kane – and quickly.

The England captain, 28, is desperately trying to force a move to Manchester City – where he will almost certainly link up with Jack Grealish.

The Aston Villa captain, 25, was seen leaving the Etihad Campus following his medical on Thursday.

And Kane hopes to join his Three Lions pal after refusing to turn up to Spurs training – instead extending his Bahamas holiday with a trip to Florida.

Tottenham supremo Daniel Levy is adamant he will not sell to a Premier League rival and will demand at least £150million.

But with European giants unable to afford that fee and City seemingly willing to only go as high as £130m, Spurs may yet be forced to cave.

Selling Kane would hand Tottenham a bumper war-chest though, with the club targeting half a dozen potential replacements.

With Spurs desperately short of centre-forwards even with Kane on the books, it would seem likely they'll move for at least two.


One option would be Tammy Abraham, with the Chelsea striker deemed surplus to requirements at Stamford Bridge – even before the potential arrival of Romelu Lukaku.

Both Spurs and Arsenal have been linked with a move for the 23-year-old England star.

His Premier League experience could prove invaluable, able to slot straight into the Tottenham attack without missing a beat.

Another player who could be on the move – and has also been linked with the Gunners – is Inter Milan ace Lautaro Martinez, who scored 17 times en route to his side winning their first league title since 2010 last term.

The Argentine, also 23, was expected to leave the San Siro this summer, but may be tougher to land with club-mate Lukaku now more likely than not to join Chelsea this summer.

Staying in Italy, Spurs have also been linked with Fiorentina ace Dusan Vlahovic.

The 21-year-old was in superb form last season, scoring 21 times in Serie A.

At 6ft 3in, the Serbian would also prove an imposing figure leading the line.


Alexander Isak could also be considered by Tottenham chiefs, with the Swedish star strutting his stuff at this summer's Euros.

The Real Sociedad ace, 21, is expected to move this summer – and Spurs should take a good punt at bringing him to England after 17 LaLiga goals last term.

Another breakout star of Euro 2020 was Czech Republic ace Patrik Schick.

The Bayer Leverkusen ace, 25, would likely be the secondary striking option, playing more of a facilitating, target-man role with just nine Bundesliga goals last season.

Finally, Spurs should take a look at Atalanta ace Duvan Zapata.


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The Colombian, 30, is expected to join Inter Milan should Lukaku head to Chelsea.

But should Tottenham get in there first with a big offer, the free-scoring Serie A ace could be a superb option for the North Londoners, especially with his wealth of experience.

Zapata was involved in 24 Serie A goals last season, scoring 15 times.

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