Tottenham have “absolutely no intention” of selling Harry Kane, who they value at £200 million, to Manchester United this summer.

That’s according to The Independent. Earlier this week, the paper’s sports editor Ed Malyon wrote a story suggesting Kane could be the subject of a £100 million bid from Manchester United in the coming weeks.

Apparently Spurs have laughed off the very notion of a £100 million bid as they value their star striker at closer to £200 million. That said, it seems the club wouldn’t even begin to negotiate the sale of Kane.

ESPN’s Dan Kilpatrick also reports that Tottenham haven’t quoted Manchester United a price as there is simply no chance it will happen.

Kane has emerged as one of Europe’s very best strikers over the last couple of years, winning successive Premier League Golden Boot awards and becoming England captain, at least for the time being.

Spurs would be crazy to even contemplate selling him, and it seems Daniel Levy knows that. Nothing to see here, people.



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