Tottenham Hotspur chief Daniel Levy will not pick up the phone to any club interested in signing Harry Kane this summer.
Sources close to the North London club have accentuated that Spurs have not received any official offer for the English striker, who is not for sale this summer or in the upcoming future.
FootTheBall sources had earlier reported that Jose Mourinho wants Manchester United to break the bank for £100million Tottenham Hotspur star Harry Kane and give up the chase for Cristiano Ronaldo.
The Portuguese boss has accentuated that he would like to launch a tempting move for roping in Harry Kane rather than trying to bring back Ronaldo to Old Trafford, according to sources.
But the Spurs bosses have not been approached by any club regarding Kane’s availability this summer. The club hierarchy are not ready to listen to any offers for their most prized asset or other key players as they are geared up to challenge for the title again.
A source said: “Any club that wants to bid for Harry, we simply won’t even take the call.”
“We have not been contacted by anyone but, in the simplest terms possible, Harry Kane is not for sale at any price. We have no interest in selling him or any of our principal players.”
“No amount of money would even make Daniel Levy and the board consider their position.”
Manchester United is aware that Spurs have made it clear that they will not listen to any offers for their most prized asset – but they were hopeful that a whooping £100m offer would definitely force chairman Daniel Levy to give it a second thought.
However, it seems that the Spurs hierarchy would not soften their chance as they do not want to sell any of their key players.
Kane displayed incredible form last season, with 29 goals to his name form 30 appearances to become the top goal-scorer in the Premier League for two consecutive seasons.