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Gary Neville said on Sky Sports Football (4:37pm, April 11, 2021) that Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy will not sell Harry Kane on the cheap.

The former Manchester United midfielder believes that Spurs chairman Levy will not panic over the future of Kane.

The Athletic has claimed that the England international striker will push to leave Spurs in the summer of 2021.

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Neville said regarding the future of Kane on Sky Sports Football (4:37pm, April 11, 2021: “He is not going to panic, Daniel Levy. He will hold out for what he wants.”

Tottenham Hotspur future

Kane has been on the books of Tottenham his entire professional club football career so far, and it is clear that he loves the club.

If the 27-year-old striker wanted to leave Tottenham, he would have done so by now.

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Of course, there is aways speculation on the future of Kane – Spurs fans will know that fully well – but the supporters should stay confident.

One thing is clear. Tottenham chairman Levy will not just sell Kane for any price. The Englishman will want a lot of money, and clubs who are interested in the striker should be prepared for that.

Moreover, Spurs are still very much in the race for the Premier League top four and could win the EFL Cup as well.

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