Spurs chief says Kane, Alli not for sale

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"Tottenham are a club who in three-and-a-half years I saw in the media, minimum 100 names and out of them we signed only a few".

"I've always said, just keep progressing, keep getting better", Kane said.

Tottenham entertain Everton on Saturday with assurances from chairman Daniel Levy that the likes of Harry Kane and Dele Alli will not be leaving this month or at the end of the season. Ever since rising to prominence last season, the England global has been donning an imperative role at the club and has established himself as a proven attacking prospect alongside Harry Kane and Christian Eriksen.

"Until today, now, no-one is close to arriving in this transfer window", Pochettino said. "It's about how I believe, how we believe, and how we make things happen".

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"You know better than me that if you want to sign players to help you, there must be an opportunity and it's hard to find this opportunity", Pochettino said.

"But January is always a very hard window". "The fact that the Spurs are taking him with them into the future means so much to us all".

The England star has four years to run on a £60,000-per-week deal.

The English internationals continue to attract interest from clubs across Europe after developing into two of the Premier League's stand-out players under boss Mauricio Pochettino.

"We hope Danny can be available again in a couple of weeks", Pochettino said.

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