Kane has told Tottenham that he wants to leave the club at the end of the season after another campaign of disappointments and no prospect of Champions League football next term.


Chelsea, Manchester United and Manchester City have been in touch with the forward’s representatives and have expressed their interest in signing him.



But it seems Tottenham are prepared to dig their heels in and hold on to Kane for another season at least.


It has been claimed that the Spurs hierarchy believe that there is absolutely no chance that Kane will depart the club this summer.



They believe that their talismanic forward cannot be replaced and do not see any value in selling him in the next transfer window.


He is halfway through the six-year contract he signed in 2018 and the club are prepared to hold him down for the moment.



Kane wanted to leave Tottenham last summer as well but it has been claimed that Daniel Levy asked him to stay for one more season.


The 27-year-old believes that there is a gentleman’s agreement in place with Levy for him to leave this summer.


But it remains to be seen whether the Spurs chairman would honour that in a climate where no club are expected to give him the £120m minimum he would want if Kane is to be sold.