TOTTEHNHAM chairman Daniel Levy has reassured his manager Mauricio Pochettino that he has no plans to cash in on Manchester United targets Harry Kane and Hugo Lloris this summer.
United are expected to make a move for goalkeeper Lloris once David de Gea seals his move to Real Madrid, while the Old Trafford club are also ready to bid as much as £40million for striker Kane.
Levy could stand to make as much as £70m by selling Kane and Lloris to United, but the Spurs chairman has told Pochettino that he wants to keep the club's best players.
White Hart Lane insiders claim Levy has stressed his desire to keep both Kane and Lloris to Pochettino "on several occasions" over the past few months.
Pochettino and Kane have worked superbly together, with the England international netting 31 goals in a stunning season, and the Argentine believes there is even more to come from his star man.
Pochettino believes that keeping the likes of Kane and Lloris is even more important than signing new players this summer and Levy is believed to share a similar view after running into difficulties when Tottenham reinvested the £85m received from Real Madrid for Gareth Bale.
Kane only signed a new five-and-a-half-year contract in February and there is no chance of the 21-year-old pushing to leave Tottenham at the moment or having his head turned by United's interest. France captain Lloris has made no secret of his desire to play Champions League football as soon as possible and the 28-year-old is thought to be interested in the prospect of a switch to Old Trafford.
But, while he has sold the likes of Michael Carrick, Dimitar Berbatov, Luka Modric and Gareth Bale, Levy has also shown he is prepared to put his wishes over those of a player in the past.
Chelsea made two bids for Modric ahead of the 2011/12 season, but Levy ignored considerable pressure from the player's representatives and refused to let him go.
Modric stayed for one more season before joining Real Madrid for £33m and Tottenham were much happier to let him move to Spain, rather than strengthen a Premier League rival.