Harry Kane has established himself as one of the world's most fearsome strikers, and clubs around Europe are desperate to empty their pockets for his signature.
Here at Esquire, we'd prefer him to go to Spain, just for the inevitable Bale/Beckham-esque continental transformation. We'd willingly break the transfer record out of our own pocket just to see Harry Kane sporting a man bun.
But according to the Independent, the 23-year-old is far more likely to move to Manchester United – but only if they reach Spurs' £200 million valuation.
Yeah that's right: £200 million.
United have of course baulked at the price, but it'll be interesting to see if they have a change of heart once PSG and other moneybag clubs enter the fray.
Still, he'll need to do a lot more dabbing if he expects Mourinho to cough up the big money.