Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy has revealed that he will not pick up the phone to speak to any clubs who are interested in signing Harry Kane.
Kane has established himself as one of the most lethal strikers after winning the Premier League golden boot for the past two years.
The performances of Kane have attracted the interest of many elite clubs of world football and Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has also reportedly expressed interest in luring the 23-year-old to Old Trafford.
When asked about clubs that are interested in signing Kane, Levy 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.”
Kane is a product of the Spurs’ youth development system and it is hard to see him leaving the club anytime soon due to his connection with the club.