Tottenham will not sell Harry Kane to a Premier League rival this summer, according to the Sun.
Kane has been linked with an exit in recent weeks with Spurs facing an uphill battle to secure Champions League qualification for next season.
The Londoners could still finish fourth, which may keep Kane happy, but anything less will surely see speculation about his future increase.
However, the Sun claims Kane is likely to stay at Tottenham.
That’s because chairman Daniel Levy will not sell to another English club and will demand a massive £175 million from foreign suitors.
All of which means there is a very good chance Kane will remain where he is, something he has apparently ‘accepted’ already.
Real Madrid is said to be the most likely destination if the 27-year-old – who will turn 28 in July – does move abroad.
But we think those interested will probably turn their nose up at Spurs’ asking price, which is simply too big for a player approaching his thirties.
In any case, don’t expect this to be the end of the rumours.