Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino has told BBC Sport that there is no amount of money that could tempt the club into selling Harry Kane.
The hero once again in that game was striker Harry Kane, who took his tally for the season to 11 goals in 18 Premier League outings after his brace against the Canaries, as he continues his stunning form from last season.
The England international smashed 21 league goals last season, emerging as one of the deadliest strikers in English football - and Norwich saw just that on Saturday.
Those exploits in front of goal have triggered interest in his signature according to recent reports, with The Sun stating that both Manchester United and Bayern Munich are looking to lodge staggering £50m bids to sign Kane next summer.
Spurs have sold stars such as Luka Modric and Gareth Bale for big money in recent years, and some fans have become concerned that chairman Daniel Levy will eventually cash in on their homegrown star Kane.
Manager Pochettino, who has overseen Kane's rapid development, has now been asked about the situation by BBC Sport, but claims there is no asking price on Kane's head because he is simply not for sale, and no amount of money could persuade Spurs to sell.
"There is no price. No-one can buy him," Pochettino said. "He is not for sale. There is not a value because it is impossible to put a price," he added.
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