Harry Kane has accepted the fact that Tottenham Hotspur will not be selling him this summer, according to a report by The Telegraph
The striker has been heavily linked with a move away from Spurs over the last few months with the likes of Manchester United (Daily Mail), Real Madrid (Diario Madridista), Juventus (Tuttosport), and PSG (AS) said to be interested in his signature.
The 26-year-old admitted back in March that he would consider leaving the Lilywhites if the club was not moving in the right direction.
However, it was reported earlier this week that Daniel Levy has no intention of letting Spurs’ star players leave this summer despite the financial crunch the club are experiencing.
The Tottenham chairman is said to be determined to reject any bids for Kane as well as Heung-min Son and Dele Alli.
The Telegraph now add that Kane is understanding of Tottenham’s stance and is ready to stay in North London and help the club fight for its objectives next season.
Kane returned to action for Spurs last night in the match against Manchester United but still looked to be finding his way back into action following his hamstring injury.
Spurs Web Opinion
Kane is not the sort of character to throw his toys out of the pram if he does not get a transfer move, especially when the club is in a difficult situation. He clearly loves the club and I believe that he would want to stay as long as he believes he could win trophies at Spurs.
However, I do fear that if we show no signs of improvement next season, then the striker could be on his way out next summer. He will be 27 next summer and could potentially view it as the ideal age to complete a move to the likes of Real Madrid and Barcelona.
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