Tottenham star Harry Kane has reacted to Daniel Levy’s £250million valuation of him, insisting that he’s not focused on transfer speculation.
The Spurs chief values Kane at a world-record transfer fee, in a bid to scare off a number of teams that are interested in him.
Both Manchester United and Real Madrid have been linked with a move for the England captain, who has continued to impress since he burst onto the Tottenham scene in 2014.
But, the Tottenham striker distanced himself from the huge price tag, claiming that he’s just focused on scoring goals and winning games.
“When you do well as a player, it brings a price tag on your head,” Kane admitted.
“But, look, all I can do is do my best for the team and that’s what I’ve always done.
“I’ve always tried to score, I’ve always tried to work hard, win free-kicks and get over the line any way you can.
“That’s what I’ll continue to do. I want to win trophies, that’s clear, so, hopefully, we can do that this year.”
New Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho wanted assurances from Levy that Kane wouldn’t be sold in the near future before he agreed to sign on the dotted line.