Tottenham are confident in keeping hold of Harry Kane for next season.
The Manchester Evening News says Manchester United and City are long-time admirers of Kane but Tottenham will not consider selling Kane to a Premier League club.
Senior figures at Spurs believe there is ‘no chance’ of Kane moving to either of the Manchester clubs and only ‘crazy money’ would make chairman Daniel Levy consider letting Kane go.
Kane, 27, is contracted to Tottenham until 2024, which has left Spurs feeling bullish about retaining their prized asset for at least one more season.
Spurs sources also feel it is unlikely a club is prepared to invest a nine figure fee for a striker who will be 28 before the start of next season.