Chelsea have reportedly made contact with the representatives of Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane after news emerged the striker wants to leave Tottenham Hotspur this summer.
According to The Athletic via Daily Express, Tottenham Hotspur boss Daniel Levy has told Roman Abramovich and the chiefs of other interested clubs that Kane isn’t for sale this summer.
The report claims two clubs have made direct enquiries to Tottenham regarding Kane’s potential availability.
However, it is believed Levy’s stance on Kane is merely a negotiating tactic, amid a belief that a £120million offer plus add-ons could prise the prolific marksman away from the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
Levy reportedly prefers to sell Kane to a club from abroad rather than strengthening a Premier League rival – just as when Luka Modric was sold to Real Madrid in 2012, to be followed by Gareth Bale a year later.