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Tottenham to make Harry Kane centre of new kit launch to ward off suitors

Tottenham Hotspur will feature Harry Kane prominently as they launch their new kit for the 2023/24 campaign, according to talkSPORT.

Chairman Daniel Levy wants to keep the striker at all costs and wants to make a defiant statement to ward off suitors.

After another brilliant campaign for Spurs, Kane is attracting interest from several top European clubs, including Real Madrid, Manchester United, Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain.

The England international scored 30 goals and created 14 big chances in the just-concluded season for a Spurs side that finished eighth in the Premier League.

Bayern are looking for a striker to replace Robert Lewandowski. They had signed Sadio Mane, but he failed to adapt to the centre-forward position.

The Bavarians have Kane on their radar but are wary of his price and the competition to sign him.

Madrid are targeting Kane to replace Karim Benzema. The 35-year-old has left Los Blancos for the Saudi Pro League.

Man United manager Erik ten Hag has reportedly made Kane his number-one pick to lead their front line next season.

United will let Wout Wghorst return to Burnley while the future of Anthony Martial is uncertain.

Kane wants to stay in England as he is eager to break Alan Shearer’s all-time top-scorer record.

Despite all this interest, Levy does not want to sell to even foreign clubs, much less Premier League rivals.

Spurs insist that the player is not for sale even though he has 12 months left on his contract and has shown no interest in renewing.

Spurs believe that making Kane the star of the Nike-designed home strip release is a clear message.

It is a sign from Levy and the Spurs hierarchy that the striker remains central to their plans.

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