Harry Kane was not in the mood to answer questions about speculation linking him with a move to Real Madrid after England’s memorable victory over Spain on Monday night.
The Tottenham striker provided two assists and played brilliantly as the Three Lions eased to a three-goal half-time lead in Seville and survived a second half fight-back to win 3-2.
Before the game, Sergio Ramos revealed his belief that Kane would succeed in La Liga if he eventually left Spurs for Spain.
And the Three Lions captain lived up to his billing on Monday, getting the better of Ramos on two occasions to lay on goals for Raheem Sterling and Marcus Rashford.
In a post-match interview with Marca, Kane was asked if he would consider a move to La Liga, to which he responded: “Sorry, not today.”
Understandably, the 25-year-old wasn’t in the mood to talk about transfer speculation immediately after leading his country to a historic victory.
Kane signed a new six-year contract with Spurs over the summer, and it will likely take a world-record fee for the Londoners to even consider listening to offers.