Chris Sutton claims he does not see Spurs star moving to Chelsea

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Chris Sutton has admitted that while he finds the rumours about Chelsea’s interest in Harry Kane to be interesting, he does not expect a deal to materialise.

There has been plenty of speculation over Kane’s future over the last couple of months, due to the brilliant season that the striker is having in a struggling Tottenham side. 

While the England captain has not given any clear indication that he wants out of Spurs, he did admit back in March that he will only make a decision on his future after the summer’s European Championship.

The striker’s refusal to commit his future to the North Londoners has only led to the speculation over his future intensifying, despite the fact that he still has three years left to run on his current deal. 

Chelsea are one of the clubs who are said to be eyeing a summer move for the Tottenham talisman, with The Daily Mail reporting that Thomas Tuchel would love to add the 27-year-old to his squad.

Sutton questioned what the Blues interest in Kane meant for Tammy Abraham and admitted that he cannot see the Spurs star making the move across London to their rivals.

The pundit told 606 on BBC Radio 5 Live Sport: “Would Spurs want to sell him to Chelsea? I think it’s a really interesting one. 

“I have to say I am still baffled by Tammy Abraham seemingly being written off if Chelsea could attract Harry Kane then he would be the one, wouldn’t he?

“But I don’t see that happening.”

Spurs Web Opinion 

Unless Kane forces himself out and pressures Spurs into lowering their valuation, I cannot see how any club would be able to afford Daniel Levy’s asking price. I am reasonably confident that the 27-year-old will stay at Spurs for at least another season. Next summer might be the real test as he could just have two years left on his contract. 

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