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Daniel Levy makes Harry Kane transfer promise as Fabio Paratici hints at Jose Mourinho problem

Here is your Tottenham Hotspur morning digest for Friday, July 2. 


Toll's Kane move guarantee uncovered 


Tottenham's new supervisor Nuno Espirito Santo has been told the club have no expectation of selling their star man Harry Kane this late spring. 


This is notwithstanding solid interest from Manchester City, who will pay upwards of £100million to prise Spurs' most important resource away from the club this mid year. 


The Daily Mail reports that Daniel Levy and co will continue opposing proposals for Kane, except if bid of around £150m is produced using Pep Guardiola's side, however no business is normal until the Euro 2020 mission closes.

Paratici indicates Mourinho issue 


Recently named Director of football (DoF) Fabio Paratici may have attacked previous supervisor Jose Mourinho during the authority disclosing of new manager Espirito Santo on Wednesday. 


The previous Juventus DoF contended energetically to carry the Portuguese mentor to the club, however in the long run got the go-ahead from Levy recently to finish the arrangement of the previous Wolves chief. 


During the disclosing, Paratici utilized the words 'versatile' and 'adjusting' when talking about what the Portuguese chief will bring to the club. It's anything but a slight burrow at Espirito Santo's kindred compatriot Mourinho.

Espirito's Santo's first interview analysed


After the appointment of new boss Espirito Santo on the Wednesday, Tottenham's in-house media spoke to the ex-Wolves boss about a number of different subjects.

One point that was perceptible during his first meeting was his excitement to utilize youthful players at the club. The 47-year-old has been known for giving youthful players the break of the whip. 


This was clear whenever taking a gander at the odds Espirito Santo offered youthful striker Fabio Silva at Molineux last season. 


"Our way of thinking isn't just about me, it's about staff, the instructing staff, you, me, everyone around here – it's basic, we further develop players, we attempt to improve them, to further develop them consistently and by that, it's regardless of which age the player is – youthful, old, encountered, no involvement with all – it doesn't make any difference," he said.

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