Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy has insisted that he will do “whatever is right for the club” over Harry Kane’s future and added that it is “not always possible” to please all parties when it comes to transfer situations.
Sky Sports claimed last month that the striker had reiterated his desire to leave the club this summer with Kane’s representatives having received interest from Manchester City, Manchester United and Chelsea.
Levy hinted that a deal could be difficult to do and will protect Tottenham’s interests in the transfer market this summer.
The Evening Standard have claimed that Kane wants to remain in the Premier League and make the switch to a rival.
Levy who made a rare appearance on camera with Tottenham’s media team admitted that he shared Kane’s frustrations at the club’s lack of recent silverware and insisted that any incomings and outgoings would rest on the shoulders of the club’s new managing director of football, Fabio Paratici.
He said: “I am never going to talk about any specific player in public,”
“All I will say is his frustrations in not winning are shared by me and all the fans and players. We all want to win.
“One of the items that Fabio will have to deal with when he comes in is which players are going to be retained, which will be asked to look for other clubs. There is a market out there. What we want and what other clubs want is not always possible to achieve. We will do whatever is right for the club.”
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