Barry Fry insists that Daniel Levy may dig his heels in this summer and keep Harry Kane at Tottenham Hotspur.
Sky Sports have reported that the England captain has asked to leave the club this summer.
There is said to be interest from Manchester United, Manchester City, and Chelsea in snaffling him way from the north London club.
Of course, he has enjoyed one of his finest seasons at Spurs, winning the Golden Boot along with the Premier League’s Playmaker Award.
Fry is the Director of Football at Peterborough United and he says that he has dealt with Levy repeatedly throughout his career.
As a result, he believes that Levy may well refuse to let Kane go, because he is so desperate to ensure that Spurs are not short-changed.
Speaking exclusively to Football FanCast, Fry said: “Well I’ve dealt with Daniel Levy several times, he’s one of the hardest men to deal with. Although everyone thinks Harry Kane will leave Tottenham, I’m not so sure.
“Daniel digs his heels in, he’s still got three years left on his contract. No matter how much other people offer him, if he wants to keep him, he’ll keep him. He’ll have an unhappy player on his hands but that won’t matter to Daniel.
“All Daniel’s interested in, fair enough, is Spurs, what’s best for Spurs, and no matter how much money he got, out in the market, it’ll be very difficult to replace him, there’s no doubt in my mind about that.”
Kane has three years left on his contract at Spurs and would likely cost a fortune in this transfer market, with The Independent reporting that he would cost a minimum of £200m.