Tottenham ‘will not entertain any offers’ for Harry Kane this summer, according to the London Evening Standard.

Kane’s future has been the source of speculation in recent weeks with Spurs struggling to qualify for the Champions League and failing to win any silverware again this season.

Last month, we relayed a report from the Athletic that claimed Tottenham will not sell Kane to a Premier League rival but could let him go abroad if a bid of around £120 million comes in.

However, the Standard’s story seems to suggest Spurs have updated their stance.

They say the Londoners will not listen to any offers this summer, meaning Kane is very likely to stay put.

Club chairman Daniel Levy would surely be tempted by an astronomical bid, but that doesn’t seem to be on the cards right now.

Kane has three years left on his contract, so his suitors will probably be willing to wait until next summer to see if his price comes down a bit.

In any case, it’s great news for Tottenham fans and the club’s new manager, who will be relying on Kane’s goals in what could be a transitional season next term.




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