By Sami Mokbel for the Daily Mail
Published: 22:30 BST, 31 March 2020 | Updated: 22:30 BST, 31 March 2020
Tottenham know they will be facing major battle to keep Harry Kane at the end of the season if they aren't playing in the Champions League.
But with Tottenham valuing their talismanic striker at £200million, there is confidence at the north London club that they will keep the England international given what is likely to be a subdued summer transfer window due to the coronavirus crisis.
Kane cast doubt over his Spurs future on Sunday, admitting he wouldn't just stay at the club 'for the sake of it'.
Tottenham are confident talismanic striker Harry Kane won't be going anywhere in the summer
But news that Kane is ready to consider his future this summer did not come as a surprise to Tottenham, who are well aware of their star striker's growing agitation.
Kane, who does not have a single winners medal to his name, has already spoken publicly of his desire to win trophies.
But it is his ambition to continue playing in the Champions League that is likely to have a significant bearing on how Kane views