The former Tottenham midfielder, who now works as a pundit for BBC Sport and Sky Sports, has pointed out that Kane is happy to remain where he is and appreciates what Spurs have given him.
“He seems quite exceptional among top players: he appears content and appreciative that Tottenham have given him a platform to perform,” Murphy wrote about Kane in The London Evening Standard.
“He has repaid them with remarkable goalscoring. His work ethic and hunger are there for all to see; you can see what the club mean to him and he conducts himself brilliantly.”
Kane is one of the best strikers in the Premier League and has been in stunning form for the past three seasons.
The England international seems to be enjoying life at Spurs and the fans love him.
It is hard to see the 24-year-old leaving the North London outfit anytime soon, especially if the club themselves are not keen to sell him.
True, offers from Real Madrid or Barcelona could be tempting, but would Kane really be better off from a footballing perspective at another club in the Premier League?
Tottenham are challenging for the Premier League title this season and are also aiming to progress to the last 16 of the Champions League.