Harry Kane transfer: Daniel Levy's stance on Man Utd move with Spurs ready to run risk again
Tottenham are determined to resist Manchester Uniteds attempts to sign Harry Kane this summer.
Spurs chairman Daniel Levy is adamant that they will not sell the England captain to a Premier League rival even though Kanes contract only has 12 months to run. They are ready to run the risk of allowing Kane to leave on a free transfer in the summer of 2024 than cashing in now which would leave the club in even greater turmoil.
United boss Erik ten Hag has made Kane a top striker target as they look to strengthen their squad this summer but Spurs do not want to do business on their top scorer and talisman. The fact Kane could be a free agent next year may put off foreign clubs from making a huge bid now and it seems highly likely that he will stay at Tottenham for at least next season.