Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy insists that he will do what he thinks is in the best interests of Spurs this summer.
That has been taken at a thinly veiled comment to Harry Kane, with the England captain having made no secret of his desire for a move this summer.
Levy has sympathies with Kane’s desire to win silverware on a regular basis, but insists that, with the striker under contract until 2024, he will have the fianl say on whether he stays or is allowed to go.
One decision that Levy has made is over his choice of new manager. After being linked with a host of names Spurs are ready to appoint former Roma and Shakhtar Donetsk boss Paula Fonseca. The Portuguese is set to sign a three year deal and will be announced in the coming days.
His first order of business will be to discuss how the squad can be strengthened with Levy
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