Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy will not entertain any part exchange deals he may receive from any club which are interested in signing Harry Kane.
The Sun claim that Levy will expect any bids to consist purely of cash and is looking for at least £150million if he is to even consider the prospect of selling his star striker.
Kane is said to have once again told Tottenham that he wants to leave this summer and has interest from Premier League rivals including Manchester City, Chelsea and Manchester United (Sky Sports).
Manchester City were rumoured to be prepared to offer Raheem Sterling and Gabriel Jesus plus £60m in order to try and lure the England captain to the Etihad.
Despite any intentions which Kane may have of seeking a move away from N17 this summer, Levy still expects the forward to see out the remaining three years of his contract at the club.
Selling Kane would be a disaster for the club, given his ability to create goals as well as score them, it would mean the club would also have to go out and buy not only a striker, but also a creative midfielder who is capable of producing the same amount of assists.
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