Fabrizio Romano reveals what he has been told about Harry Kane’s future

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Italian transfer expert, Fabrizio Romano, has claimed that Tottenham Hotspur do not have any plans on selling Harry Kane in the summer transfer window.

There has been plenty of speculation about Kane’s future over the last couple of weeks, with several pundits urging the striker to leave Tottenham in order to compete for the biggest honours. 

However, over the last few days, there has been a flurry of reports suggesting that the England captain is likely to stay put at Tottenham.

Sky Sports journalist Kaveh Solhekol has confidently claimed that it is virtually impossible for any club to afford Kane this summer.

Meanwhile, The Daily Mail has reported that Daniel Levy will not entertain any offers from domestic rivals for Kane, while the likes of Real Madrid, Juventus and Paris Saint-Germain are likely to bulk at Tottenham’s £150m asking price for the striker. 

Romano has now become the latest to deliver some good news for Spurs fans on Kane’s future, with the journalist insisting that the North Londoners plan on offering the 27-year-old a new contract.

The Italian told Give Me Sport: “I think it’s difficult to see Harry Kane out of Tottenham, really.

“What I’m told is that Tottenham are planning with Harry Kane as part of the team and they want to discuss his contract in the coming months.”

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Daniel Levy has received a lot of stick from Tottenham fans over the years but the one area in which the Spurs chairman has been brilliant is ensuring that other clubs find it very hard to sign our best players.

I believe Levy’s reputation is the main reason the likes of Man Utd and Chelsea have not entered the negotiating table for Kane. I trust the 59-year-old to do everything in his power to hang on to the striker for at least another season.

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