Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino has said that he has faith Daniel Levy will not be selling star striker Harry Kane and that there is no reason he cannot remain a one-club player.
The England forward has been in imperious form this year, netting 56 goals for both club on country, while breaking a 22-year-record set by Newcastle United legend Alan Shearer for the most Premier League goals scored in a calendar year.
It follows on from two seasons of impressing in front of goal, picking up two successive Premier League golden boot awards, which has resulted in much stipulation over a potential transfer away from the north London club, with the likes of Real Madrid reportedly interested in securing his services.
However, in a suggestion which will excite the Tottenham faithful, Pochettino has said that the 24-year-old could follow in the footsteps of footballing legend Francesco Totti, remaining at one club throughout his entire career as the Italian did with Roma.
He also believes that club chairman Levy will resist the temptation to cash in on the club’s hot shot, insisting that the forward is priceless to the club.
When asked how much he thought Kane was worth and if he could trust Levy to reject big money offers, he was quoted by football.london as saying: “It’s impossible to put a price. He’s out of the market.
“Maybe for Daniel more difficult (to turn down an offer). Of course I trust him (to say no).
“Maybe it’s possible that he can be this way, like Totti and Roma (a one-club player).
“Of course, we’d be more than happy, us and the fans, because Harry is a fantastic player and professional. Yes, why not?”
Since breaking into the first team at Spurs, Kane has gone on to score 123 goals in 189 appearances across all competitions, including 24 strikes in as many games this season.
He is currently leading the Premier League top scorer’s table with 19 goals netted, while he is scoring at a rate of over a goal every two games for England, with 12 in 23 outings.
In other Tottenham news, the club are readying a mega money deal to secure the future of one red hot forward.