Harry Kane might stay at Tottenham for one more season as Daniel Levy seems to be having his way so far.
The striker has asked to leave this summer and the likes of Manchester City and Manchester United can sign him.
However, European clubs are struggling financially and there is a limit to what his suitors can pay for his signature.
This has given Levy a weapon to work with and financial expert, Kieran Maguire, reckons that he is using it well so far.
He spoke to Football Insider recently and claimed that Levy can only keep Kane if he prices his suitors out of a move for him and that is exactly what the Tottenham supremo is doing right now.
Manchester City manager, Pep Guardiola, admitted earlier in the month to Catalan network TV3 via Sky Sports that the prices being quoted to them is too much and they cannot afford the likes of Kane to replace Sergio Aguero.
Maguire thinks that shows Levy’s tactic to keep Kane is working.
“Daniel Levy is playing the one card that he has, the price card,” he told Football Insider.
“It looks as though Harry Kane doesn’t have a release clause in his contract which otherwise might have made him more accessible to other clubs.
“Levy doesn’t want to lose him and is relying on the fact that Kane is a thoroughly decent human being. He’s not going to down tools or refuse to play.”