Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is determined to keep hold of Harry Kane.
The Daily Mail says Levy insists his stance has not changed and he will not sell Harry Kane this summer.
Levy has ‘no intention’ of letting his star striker leave, according to a Spurs spokesman, despite fresh claims that Kane has been told a £160million move to Manchester City is on.
An offer of this size would certainly tempt Tottenham to do business – and City’s pay structure can easily satisfy his demands – yet the Premier League champions have baulked at this valuation for a player who will be 28 next week.
The fee and its make-up remains the key to any transfer and City are willing to be patient with the market open until the end of August.
Kane has made it clear he would like to leave in order to satisfy his professional ambitions and stories emerged from his brother Charlie’s wedding that a switch to Manchester City was on.