Spurs goalkeeper Paulo Gazzaniga has admitted that he is not considering the prospect of Harry Kane leaving the club this summer.
The striker has been linked with a number of big clubs over the past few weeks including the likes of Manchester United (Daily Mail), Real Madrid (Diario Madridista), Juventus (Tuttosport), and PSG (AS).
Tottenham for their part, seem to be determined to hang on to the England captain beyond the summer, if some reports are to be believed (talkSPORT).
However, there have been reports suggesting that Daniel Levy has a gentleman’s agreement to let the 26-year-old leave North London next summer, with suggestions that Spurs could reinvest the money into other areas of the squad (Football Insider).
While Gazzaniga admitted that he has not personally been in contract with Kane over his predicament, he underlined that the striker’s importance to the team cannot be underestimated.
When asked about the speculation surrounding Kane’s future, the Argentine told ESPN: “I don’t know the situation of Harry, at the moment he is here.
“We are happy with him, of course. He’s a player who always gives us goals and points.
“He is always very important for us. We are only thinking of him as a Tottenham player. We’re not thinking of him being at another team.”
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The media is going to continue speculating about Kane’s future over the next few months but it is clear that there is no chance he is leaving the club this summer. However, the striker has already made his ambitions clear and most Spurs fans wouldn’t begrudge him a move away in a year or two if we show no signs of challenging for trophies. Kane is too good to end his career without winning silverware.
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