90 min have revealed that several top clubs around Europe are of the belief that Tottenham Hotspur will not sell Harry Kane this summer.

Harry Kane, who has just one year left on his contract with Tottenham, has been heavily linked with a move to Manchester United over recent months, with the centre-forward alleged to be Erik Ten Hag’s number one priority (Daily Star).

Harry Kane

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It has also been reported over recent days that Real Madrid could make a move for the striker, with Carlo Ancelotti thought to prefer him over the other centre-forwards on the market (AS).

However, David Ornstein told Sky Sports on Monday that he expects Kane to remain at Tottenham even if he does not sign a new contract, with the journalist adding that there are no indications from the 29-year-old’s camp that he will agitate for a move this summer.

If 90 min’s latest report is to be believed, many top clubs across Europe are of the same opinion as Ornstein and they do not expect Spurs to listen to offers for Kane.

The publication adds that the North London club plan on beginning talks with their talisman following the conclusion of the 2022-23 season, with sources said to have told the outlet the England captain is not likely to leave N17.

The report asserts that Daniel Levy has not put any price tag on Kane as the Spurs chairman is simply not willing to sanction any sale.

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Tottenham will likely only sit down for talks with Kane’s entourage once they have a new head coach and sporting director in place.

If the strike decides against signing a new deal (which some would say is likely), it will be interesting to see if the club’s stance changes regarding a potential sale.

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