Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy will resist the temptation to cash in on striker Harry Kane this summer despite the striker entering into the last 12 months of his contract according to the MENS desk.
Spurs are in a worse situation than there were two years ago when Kane requested to leave-but Levy is determined to hold on to Kane and will try to convince him to sign a new deal in north London. The risk is that Kane could walk as a free man next summer leaving Tottenham questioning the decision to keep him.
Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag is a huge admirer of Kane and will keep his interest alive even though they are working on the assumption that Tottenham will not sell the striker.
Other targets like Victor Osimhen has been monitored all season even though it is thought that he will also cost around £100 million to price him away from Naples. He helped the Italian side win their first league title in almost 30 years.
Two seasons ago, Tottenham turned down £100 million from Manchester City for Kane and it is thought only a fee in that region will turn Daniel Levy’s head but that is unlikely now because he has only just a year left on his deal.
The broader question for Kane is that he is going to spend his last year at Spurs aged 29 outside Europe’s elite competition and despite scoring a mountain of goals he is still not close to winning a major trophy at both club and national level.
Spurs are also still without a substantive head coach since the departure of Antonio Conte, they are also without a director of football and face a real fight to please Kane and get him to renew his contract.