Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy insists the club will not sell any of their in-demand stars this summer – unless its on the club’s own terms.
Mauricio Pochettino’s side are on course for their highest-ever Premier League finish of second, with the club upwardly mobile under the stewardship of the impressive Argentinian coach.
But with the likes of Kyle Walker, Danny Rose and Eric Dier all being heavily linked with moves to Manchester United and Manchester City this summer, the club know they may have to alter the strict wage structure policy to keep their key performers seeking moves.
But Levy has moved to reassure fans that players will not be sold unless Tottenham wish to conduct business.
The club’s Supporters Trust reported the following from a recent meeting with the club chairman: “DL [Levy] said all players were under contracts, contracts they were happy to sign at the time.
“They would be expected to honour those contracts. They wouldn’t have had a reduction if things had gone badly.
“DL said no player would be sold who Tottenham didn’t want to sell for non-footballing reasons.”