Sky Italia reporter, Gianluca Di Marzio, has claimed that Fabio Paratici is keen to ensure that Harry Kane stays at Tottenham beyond the summer.
Kane, who is said to be keen on leaving Tottenham after the club’s failure to qualify for the Champions League for the second season-running, is rumoured to be on the radars of Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea (Sky Sports).
Spurs reportedly continue to maintain that the striker is not for sale (according to Fabrizio Romano) and with the England captain still having three years left on his contract, it would certainly not be easy for clubs to get Daniel Levy to the negotiating table.
However, it remains to be seen whether the 27-year-old could be convinced that he can fulfil his ambitions at Tottenham, particularly with the club seemingly set to make an underwhelming managerial appointment in Paulo Fonseca.
The former Roma boss’ appointment seems to have been spearheaded by Paratici (according to Alasdair Gold).
Di Marzio has now revealed in Grand Hotel Calcio Mercato that Paritici is keen to hold on to Kane. The new Tottenham director of football’s ‘first goal’ at Tottenham is said to be ensuring that the striker stays for at least 12 more months.
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