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Darren Ambrose told talkSPORT that he doesn’t think Daniel Levy has promised, Nuno Espirito Santo, that Harry Kane will stay at Tottenham.

The former Crystal Palace player, who is a boyhood Tottenham fan, thinks Kane will be at the club for their Premier League opener next season, but suggested he will be gone by the end of the transfer window.

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Manchester City are sniffing about for Kane’s talents – and as stubborn as Levy can be – there is the worry from Spurs fans that he will leave.

Before Ambrose shared his thoughts on Kane’s future, former Spurs defender, Michael Dawson, made these comments about the striker.

“I think Harry has made his mind up about what he wants to do,” said Dawson. “Whether that will happen.

“We know Daniel Levy. He’s a businessman. It has to be the right fit. When they sold Gareth Bale, £80-85 million. Top dollar.

“Are you telling me, Harry Kane, seven or eight years on, he’s going for near £150 million if he goes. He is that good.”

Ambrose added: “I don’t think Daniel Levy has promised him (Nuno) that Harry Kane is going to be there next season. He will be there at the start of the season, whether he will be there at the end of the window. I’m not too sure.”

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Well, Kane is currently on England duty at Euro 2020, so any real movement in his future plans will become clear until after the tournament is over.

If Kane does help his country win Euro 2020, then just like every other one of his fellowing Englishman, their stock will hit the roof and beyond.

Not only that, it would be Kane’s first major trophy as a player and a fitting way for him to put his first medal around his neck.

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