As i said IF that is what he is asking, I agree. But i also maintain that is too much for Kane to ask.
Where i disagree is that what they should get has to be drastically different. Relative to their signing on fee, goals, age, potential, longevity, they are there or thereabouts in wages for me. neither at 350k for me.
In the world outside of football their wages would be drastically different and rightly so.
With Harry Kane, you’re signing a world class talent with his peak years guaranteed at the football club.
With Haaland, you’re signing a world class prospect with him either leaving the club or renegotiating a higher contract for his peak years.
Comparing a Haaland wage parity with Kane is like Foden demanding the same as KDB. It will set a dangerous precedent.