Multiple sources over the past few days have claimed that Daniel Levy has decided Harry Kane is not for sale during this summer’s transfer window irrespective of whether Tottenham get into the Champions League.
Kane has been linked with moves to the likes of Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea, Real Madrid, Paris Saint-Germain and Juventus and the speculation surrounding the Tottenham star’s future does not show any signs of slowing down.
The Evening Standard have now asserted that there is no amount that would convince Spurs to part ways with Kane, with the North London club having decided not to entertain any offers for the striker.
This comes just a few days after a report from Sky Sports which claimed that holding on to Kane is one of Tottenham’s biggest priorities heading into the transfer window.
It was suggested that Levy has no interest in selling Spurs’ prized asset and that the club will in turn be in the market for a suitable back up for Kane after deciding against making Carlos Vinicius’ loan deal permanent.
Spurs Web Opinion
I do not see any club being able to meet our valuation of Kane this summer. However, if we finish outside the top four and fail to improve substantially next season, Kane will probably run his contract down and leave in a year or two. Unless we make some bold moves in the transfer market, I do not see how Levy would be able to convince the striker to sign a new contract.
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