Tottenham are in no mood to sell their star players this summer.
That's via The Telegraph who suggest Daniel Levy has rejected the notion that players like Harry could leave north London.
Despite taking a financial hit that involved taking out a £175m loan from the Bank of England, Spurs aren't looking to sell the likes of Kane, Heung-min Son and Dele Alli - even if they fail to qualify for the Champions League.
Kane looks as though he could be set to stay for at least another season while it's suggested Levy will reject any bids that come in for the other two names mentioned.
Last week, pundit Noel Whelan speculated that Spurs could be forced to sell Kane in a deal that could cost any potential suitor £100m. That, however, now looks far-fetched.
GIVEMESPORT'S Matt Dawson says...
Ambition. That's the one word Spurs supporters want to see from their club.
The Champions League final last season marked the peak of a stunning rise under Mauricio Pochettino but since that very moment, things have gone downhill.
Jose Mourinho's arrival signalled a new dawn but he hasn't been able to lift them too much with the club now sitting eighth in the table, without a win in their last three outings.
That being said, ambition is finally being shown here. That's if the report is true.
Levy hasn't always been the most aspirational, you only need to look at the summer where Spurs failed to sign a single player to realise that.
Though, their plans to keep hold of Kane, Son and Alli despite potential financial trouble is as admirable as it is dangerous.
If Tottenham really want to challenge at the top of the Premier League they'll need to keep those sorts of players, not fall into the trap of Arsenal and end up selling their star men each summer.News Now - Sport News