Pundit had tipped Tottenham talisman to sign for Manchester United.
Tottenham's Harry Kane
Keys wrote on his personal blog this week that he believes Kane will leave Tottenham to sign with Manchester United 'soon', if he is not offered an improved contract - despite the striker pledging his commitment to the club verbally.
Roberts reached out to Keys on Twitter to correct him, and explain just why the striker will not be leaving White Hart Lane.
@richardajkeys good Artical Richard but harry very happy in London with his girlfriend about to have a kid both families from area loves it— Graham Roberts (@GrahamRoberts4) November 24, 2016
@richardajkeys he also really is a guy who money isn't his main incentive fantastic person when you meet and know him— Graham Roberts (@GrahamRoberts4) November 24, 2016
Keys responded to Roberts, raising the spectre of Sol Campbell, who left Tottenham for rivals Arsenal and became a hated figure in the process.
Roberts' reply focused on the fact he feels Kane is a more genuine person to deal with than Campbell, and will not go back on his word.
@richardajkeys he was never going to sign a deal led people on badly and harry also has 4 years left and you know Daniel would only— Graham Roberts (@GrahamRoberts4) November 24, 2016
While negotiations are ongoing regarding an improved contract for Kane, there isn't any urgency because Tottenham hold the cards, with his deal already relatively long term.
Kane has little reason from a footballing perspective to leave now, and is at a club he loves, and you have to expect that sooner or later Tottenham and the striker will reach an agreement which puts the rumours to bed.
Tottenham's Harry Kane scores their first goal from a penalty