Published: Sun, January 14, 2018
Sport | By Cameron Gross

Tottenham will not sell their best players in 2018, confirms Daniel Levy

Tottenham will not sell their best players in 2018, confirms Daniel Levy

Harry Kane has been linked with a spectacular move to Real Madrid with many suggesting that the transfer was only a question of "when" rather than an "if".

Tottenham, who have been hit by spiralling costs in the construction of their new stadium, could demand around £150m for Kane if they were to choose to cash in on their prize asset.

Levy shot down suggestions Tottenham's return from Wembley will be delayed, saying: "Unless there are unforeseen circumstances, I'm very confident we will be playing our home games back here for the start of next season".

The chairman said earlier this week that he was confident of keeping every single player that the team needed next season.

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The in-form striker is now just two goals away from becoming the first player to ever score 100 Premier League goals for the north London side.

Spurs have been looking at solutions to try and keep hold of their best players. In the past Dele Alli, Eric Dier and Toby Alderweireld have been targets for other clubs.

Despite the usual raft of incoming transfer rumors, I'm more and more convinced that we will once again not see any major signings in the January window, or at least no incoming players that will make a significant impact on Spurs' 2017-18 campaign.

"Of course, the chairman is the man who manages everything and in the end takes all the decisions", Pochettino said ahead of Tottenham's Premier League match against Everton on Saturday. Spurs are still three points adrift of the top four places, but have a chance to overtake Liverpool should the Reds lose to Manchester City in their next game.

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