Having acknowledged that he may be prepared to consider leaving the Premier League outfit, Kane is being linked with a number of top European clubs.
According to Calciomercato, Juventus are among the teams who are monitoring the situation ahead of a big-money approach later in 2020.
However, the report suggests that the Italian giants do not expect to be successful due to the England international's asking price and wage demands.
As well as costing well in excess of £100m, the 27-year-old will likely ask for wages of over £10m per year.
Juventus officials also feel that they would struggle to strike a suitable deal with Spurs chairman Daniel Levy.