Tottenham will not sell Harry Kane to a Premier League rival, according to The Athletic’s David Ornstein.

Last week we relayed word from The Athletic suggesting Kane will seek a move away from Spurs if the Londoners fail to qualify for the Champions League.

The report said Manchester United and Manchester City are interested, but there is bad news for those clubs.

In his latest column for the Athletic, Ornstein – who is always reliable when it comes to transfers – claims Daniel Levy will not let Kane join another English club ‘under any circumstances’ this summer.

It is said that Manchester United are keen on the England captain, but his £120 million price tag coupled with Levy’s stance means a deal will be all but impossible to get done.

In many ways, it’s good news for Tottenham. It would be be painful to see Kane playing and probably scoring for another team at White Hart Lane.

At the same time, Ornstein’s update doesn’t altogether rule out the possibility of Kane leaving – he could still depart abroad.




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