Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino has told any suitors of young striker Harry Kane that the England U21 international won’t come cheap if any clubs look to make bid in the summer, reports Sky Sports.
The 21-year-old has been in fine form for Tottenham this season, hitting 20 goals in all competitions, and as a result the club have been desperate to tie his long-term future at White Hart Lane. Spurs didn’t receive any offers for Kane during the January transfer window, but the striker’s future could well be decided at the end of the season if Tottenham have finished in a European place or not.
But Pochettino has stressed that Kane won’t come cheap, especially with owner Daniel Levy taking part of the negotiations should a summer approach ensue. The Spurs boss said: “(Harry) has just signed a new deal and there are no buy-out clauses in England so whatever any club offers they will have to negotiate with the club. The player was born here and came through here and he wants to spend his career playing for this club.”
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