"I think he is a magnificent player and, moreover, he is young with many years ahead of him to progress," Perez told Spanish radio station Cadena Cope after attending Fifa's annual awards. And Perez believes Levy's reputation for delaying moves until late in the transfer window to get the best possible deal means he would want more than the 222m euros Paris Saint-Germain paid to snatch Neymar from Barcelona in August. "No, (I haven't asked the price) because if I ask, he will tell me 250m," Perez added.
About them Harry Kane-to-Real Madrid rumours... pic.twitter.com/3Y8yRKy6TJ— Goal UK (@GoalUK) October 24, 2017
"We have made friends with Tottenham over the time it took to sign Modric and Bale as with the two of them we ended up signing them on the final day of the window. "We ended up having a good friendship and he (Levy) always says to me when we win the European Cup: 'Thanks for winning the European Cup with my players'". Real's feat in retaining the Champions League was rewarded on Monday as Cristiano Ronaldo won Fifa's "The Best" player for the second straight year, whilst Zinedine Zidane picked up the best coach award and four other Real players - Marcelo, Sergio Ramos, Toni Kroos and Modric - joined Ronaldo in the team of the year.
Those Real Madrid rumours aren't doing much for Harry Kane ? pic.twitter.com/muYRhUtn59— B/R Football (@brfootball) October 21, 2017