Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino said he has no concerns about holding on to Kane during the summer transfer window.
Spurs have won 12 of their past 13 league games and have been kept at bay only by the remarkable resilience of Chelsea, who ensured it has been a case of “nearly” for Pochettino and his players for the second season in a row.
The Tottenham striker wants a repeat at Hull on the final day after moving to 26 goals for the season, two above Romelu Lukaku in the race for the golden boot.
Kane now has four hat-trick performances in his last 18 Premier League starts.
“It is very clear we will keep the players we want to keep and we will maybe sell the players we want to sell”, said Pochettino. “They have a strict wage structure there as we know and sometime to progress you have to move that a little bit to attract the better players”.
25 – Harry Kane is only the fifth player in @premierleague history to score 25+ goals in successive seasons.
The 23-year-old delivered a mouth-watering display for Tottenham against Leicester on Thursday night, scoring an incredible four goals as the visitors recorded a 6-1 victory.
“We talk about ‘if Tottenham are in the Champions League, it will be more attractive.’ But then it’s all about if you pay or not when we talk about top players”.
Alan Curbishley believes Tottenham striker Harry Kane fools opponents with his quick-fire shooting.
All the while, Kane faces already-relegated Hull and it wouldn’t be a surprise to see him add another goal or two to his tally. I think that in this game, if Lester and lose, then no more than 1 ball. “We’ve not too much to play for now but we went out there and put on a performance like that”.
“To score four and to play how we did…the team was incredible”.
“The crowd have always been good, even in the Champions League when we played at Wembley the crowd were fantastic”.
His struggles with injury this season could have quite easily hampered his form, confidence and abilities, but the forward’s stomping return to the game after two sizeable lay-offs during the season bears testament to an inner resilience and self-belief – qualities that mark some of the sport’s very best.
Chelsea has taken the trophy off Leicester, which astonishingly won the title last season but collapsed this year and is now 11th.
“Spurs need quality and quantity in those positions so they can rotate if they have to without it affecting the team because I don’t think Moussa Sissoko and Georges-Kevin N’Koudou, who both arrived last summer, have been the answer at all”.