Spurs supremo Levy has already given Nuno Santo huge assurances over key figure
New Tottenham manager, Nuno Santo, has been given a huge boost by Daniel Levy, with the Spurs supremo assuring his new boss that Harry Kane will be staying.
Speculation surrouding Kane’s future has been constant since the end of the season. The likes of Manchester City are keen on the England skipper.
However, Levy has maintained a stance all along that anything short of £150m will be swiftly swatted away. And, as things stand, that’s how it’s remained.
And in what is another huge boost for Spurs and Santo, the Daily Mail have claimed that Levy has told his new manager to plan for life with Kane.
Levy has apparently got the message to Nuno that he has no intention of seeing Kane leave. That, of course, is a huge boost for the new Spurs manager.
Kane is currently enjoying the Euros with England. He scored his first goal of the tournament against Germany this week, underlining his world-class quality.
Talk is cheap
Whatever the reports suggest now, you just know that the Harry Kane to Man City saga will rumble on all summer.
Levy, to his credit, is digging his heels. He has Kane tied down to a big contract and unless the striker kicks up a fuss, Levy is under no pressure to sell.
For Nuno Santo, having Kane is crucial. He is integral to any sort of hope the club have of winning trophies. The Portuguese coach, then, will be hoping the fresh changes at Spurs will be enough to convince his star man to stay.