Jose Mourinho has reportedly asked Daniel Levy not to sell Harry Kane to a Premier League rival and the striker is being pushed towards a move to Real Madrid or Paris Saint-Germain, according to the latest reports from Spain.
Reports over the last month have seen Kane linked with moves to Manchester United (Evening Standard), Juventus (Tuttosport) and Real Madrid (Diario Madridista).
The speculation linking the Tottenham star with a move to Old Trafford has intensified in recent weeks (Daily Mail) but Sky Sports reported on Tuesday that Spurs are not willing to sell the striker to a Premier League rival.
Spanish publication AS has now thrown more light on the rumours by revealing Mourinho has personally told Levy not to sell the 26-year-old to a fellow English club.
Real Madrid and PSG are suggested as the two possible options for the England captain this summer but the report asserts that Los Blancos have no intention of bidding for the Spurs star.
They are instead said to prefer a move for Borussia Dortmund striker Erling Haaland.
Spurs Web Opinion
We must take all these reports with a pinch of salt as no club in Europe would have likely finalised their transfer plans as things stand due to the financial uncertainty they are facing. I don’t expect a single transfer of over £100 million to take place this summer.
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