Levy: No plan to sell Harry Kane in summer

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Tottenham chief Daniel Levy has hinted there are no plans to sell Harry Kane this summer.

Tottenham striker Harry Kane is set to enter the final year of his Spurs contract and Manchester United have been linked with a big-money move.

Chairman Levy stood firm when offered £150million by Manchester City in 2021 – and this summer’s transfer window could be a familiar story.

When asked if Kane needs to leave Spurs in order to win a trophy, Levy said in an interview with the Cambridge Union: “He can absolutely win a trophy at Spurs.

“But being a legend is also important. The fact that he’s top scorer of Tottenham Hotspur – he’s making history.

“I hope one day that there is a statue of Harry Kane outside our stadium.”

When asked about his negotiating skills, Levy added: “I don’t consider myself a special negotiator or anything like that, I’m just acting in the best interests of my club.

“I think when it comes to the transfer it depends on the balance of power.

“If you have a player who you really don’t want to sell then you have every right to say no, you own the registration.

“It depends also on the character of the player, whether you feel at the end you can keep the player because we’re operating in a team sport, it’s very important that we keep the team together.

“Every circumstance is different.”

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