Tottenham will not sell Harry Kane to another English club under any circumstances
The 27-year-old is said to be contemplating his future at the club as Tottenham are staring at the prospect of missing out on Champions League football for the second season in a row. The 3-1 defeat to Manchester United this past Sunday only increased the likelihood of such a situation materialising as we are now six points below West Ham in fourth.
Recent reports have claimed that Kane will push for an exit if Tottenham fail to make it to the Champions League next term. And, Manchester United are among one of his suitors heading into the summer transfer window. (h/t Mirror)
However, Daniel Levy will not sanction a sale to a Premier League club under any circumstances whatsoever, as per the report. Furthermore, the report adds that Tottenham will demand a transfer fee in excess of £120m.
Manchester United are not willing to anywhere near that price tag while Manchester City, who are also looking at Kane, will also be stretched to meet the valuation, meaning the England captain could be out of reach for both Mancunian clubs. (h/t Mirror)
Kane still has three years left on his contract, meaning Tottenham will hold the upper hand in negotiations. However, such a situation could put the England captain at odds with the club hierarchy, the report adds.
More Tottenham Hotspur News:
- Transfer News: Manchester United open to exchange deal for Tottenham Hotspur ace Harry Kane
- Leicester City overtake Tottenham Hotspur in Boubakary Soumare transfer race
- Transfer News: Juventus set to enter contract talks with Tottenham Hotspur target Paulo Dybala
It now remains to be seen how this saga develops in the coming weeks. Kane will be 28 years old in July and is yet to win a single major trophy in his career. While that could change this month if Tottenham win the Carabao Cup, a critical summer beckons him and Tottenham.