Pep Guardiola and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer have refused to discuss the future of Harry Kane even though their teams are favourites to sign him in the summer.
Kane has told Tottenham that he wants to leave and he expects the club to respect his loyalty all these years and grant him his wish.
The Lilywhites will not want to sell their top man to a rival, but the likes of Real Madrid and Barcelona are struggling financially and cannot afford him now.
Chelsea also wants to sign him, but the Blues and Spurs hardly exchange players.
This has left the door open for Manchester City or Manchester United to try to sign him.
City is looking to replace Sergio Aguero who is leaving them after a decade of service.
United has been rebuilding their team and they feel a prolific striker is the missing piece.
Guardiola was asked about speculation linking his team to Kane recently and he responded via Mail Sport: ‘Next question. He is a Tottenham Hotspur player, please.’
Solskjaer was also asked and the Norwegian responded: ‘I can’t comment on other teams’ players and what’s been speculated and said, so I want to show the respect Tottenham deserve as well to not talk about other teams’ players.’