Harry Kane has been linked once again with a move from Tottenham Hotspur to Manchester City with reports suggesting that a £100m bid has now been made.
The England captain has been on international duty at the Euros this summer and speculation about his future has dogged him throughout the competition.
The 27-year-old’s interview before the end of the Premier League season with Gary Neville increased the buzz around a move to City as he admitted that he wanted to speak to Spurs chairman Daniel Levy about his future and also revealed that his ideal player to play alongside would be Kevin De Bruyne.
Now comes reports of a £100m bid for Kane with City players potentially being added in on top of the bid.
However, sources inside Tottenham and City have indicated to football.london on Monday that no bid is on the table from the Manchester outfit and there is nothing currently happening surrounding his future.
Those within City state that they do not expect to make any serious attempts to sign incoming transfer targets until after the Euros.
Spurs’ stance has always been that Kane is not for sale this summer and football.london understands that during advanced talks last week with Paulo Fonseca over their vacant managerial position, the Portuguese was told by the club that the striker was not going anywhere and would be part of his squad.
Those talks with Fonseca ended later in the week but the plan remains for whoever does eventually replace Jose Mourinho to have Kane as their talisman up front.
Kane is focusing purely on the Euros and getting his mojo back on in front of goal after receiving criticism for his performances against Croatia and Scotland.
The striker came into the Euros off the back of a stunning season in the Premier League, which saw him lift the Premier League Golden Boot and Playmaker Award.
Levy said last week about Kane: “”Look, I am never going to talk about any specific player in public. All I will say is his frustrations in not winning are shared by me and I’m sure by all the fans and players. We all want to win.
“One of the items that Fabio [Paratici] will have to deal with when he comes in is which players are going to be retained, which players will be asked to look for other clubs, but obviously there is a market at there. What we want and what somebody else wants is not always possible to achieve. We will do whatever is right for the club.”