According to the Mirror, Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy is determined not to sell his prized asset Harry Kane to a Premier League rival amidst Manchester United interest.
Kane’s contract is due to expire next summer which means the club may need to cash in on the 29-year-old this year in order to prevent losing him on a free transfer.
The 82-cap England international scored a whopping 30 Premier League goals this season, which places him as the second leading goalscorer in the league only behind the record breaking campaign of the Premier League player of the year Erling Haaland (36).
The Red Devils boss Erik ten Hag has the Spurs number 10 top of his striker wishlist as the Dutchman prepares to build on a marvellous debut season in English football after securing a third-placed finish, a league cup triumph and still yet to play an FA Cup final versus rivals Manchester City this Saturday at Wembley.
Mark Marston | Get Football