If the Yankees want to keep Robinson Cano in pinstripes they may have to dig deep into their coffers.

A SportsCenter tweet on Thursday morning delivered the news about the second baseman who will be a free agent: the report from Buster Olney is that Cano is "seeking a 10-year contract worth $305 MILLION this offseason."

No that's not a typo.

The agency for Cano whom The Star-Ledger's Steve Politi called "the best free agent on the market who made it clear there will be no hometown discount" is Roc Nation the agency run by Jay-Z. So this isn't Scott Boras (Cano's former agent) asking for this kind of money. However as The Washington Post's Adam Kilgore wrote last month Boras spoke about 12-year deals for young players like Bryce Harper that would exceed $300 million total. So it's not completely out of left field to hear about that kind of money potentially being thrown around.

ESPNNewYork's Wallace Matthews reported the second baseman will take some time and consult with his family before deciding what to do