Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino insists Harry Kane can be ranked currently as one of the best strikers in the world and says Spurs would not be letting go of any of their top players this summer.
The 23year old was on the scoresheet four times as Tottenham romped Leicester City 6-1, Thursday night at the King Power Stadium. The goals helped Kane move ahead of Romelu Lukaku and Alexis Sanchez on the race to clinch the Premiership golden boot for the 2016/2017 season with one game to play.
Harry Kane, Dele Alli and Kyle Walker have especially had transfer speculations surrounding them recently, but Pochettino insists they would be going nowhere, unless Tottenham wants them to leave (which is highly unlikely).
The league top scorer last season (with 25 goals) may well be on his way to retain his golden boot this season as he now has 26 goals, two more than Romelu Lukaku and three more than Alexis Sanchez, despite missing eight league games due to injury.
Lukaku and Sanchez, who would be on opposing sides on the last match day of the season, would need to have an exceptional game if they are to thwart the efforts of Kane. While Kane and Spurs would be visiting Hull City. All 10 Premier League matches on Sunday kick off at 15:00hrs GMT.
Fans of Manchester City, Liverpool and Arsenal especially would be watching and checking all results on “Super Sunday” as a slip by any of them would see them displaced from the top four thereby missing out on the Uefa Champions League next season.