Tottenham striker Harry Kane has ruled out a move to Manchester United this summer as he’s already at a ‘big club’, BT Sport report.
Kane has been linked with a summer switch to Old Trafford after a sensational season with Spurs in which he scored 30 goals in all competitions, and he has become a prominent name on Louis van Gaal’s recruitment radar.
The United boss is in the market for a forward of Kane’s ilk after passing up on the opportunity to sign Radamel Falcao on a permanent deal, while there remain lingering concerns over the future of Robin Van Persie.
It was rumoured that Van Gaal and Ed Woodward would test the resolve of Daniel Levy, the Spurs Chairman, to keep the North London club’s prized asset with a £40 million offer.
But Kane, speaking to reporters from England’s under-21 camp at the European Championships in the Czech Republic, insists he is content at White Hart Lane and has no intention of leaving.
“I am happy at Spurs. I am looking forward to the future with Spurs,” he said
“Tottenham are a big club and that’s how people have got to see it. I’m at a big club now and enjoying my football looking forward to next season at White Hart Lane.”
Kane started in the Three Lions’ opening Group B match against Portugal – a 1-0 defeat -on Thursday and is expected to spearhead his country’s attack again on Sunday when Gareth Southgate’s side take on Sweden.