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Daniel Levy: Tottenham Stars Will Be Going Nowhere

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Tottenham are usually a selling club, with stars like Modric, Berbatov, Bale and most recently Kyle Walker all leaving. The current jewels in their crown are the likes of Kane, Alli and Eriksen, three top class operators. Daniel Levy spoke to the media this week and revealed that he is keen to keep all three.

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Levy was speaking from the site of Tottenham's new 61,500 stadium, and he claimed Spurs could sign players in January. Rumours are circulating that Real Madrid are very interested in star striker Kane and if they come calling, Spurs could have a real fight on their hands to hold on to Harry.

Levy Confident Tottenham Stars Will Stay

As he spoke to the press about Tottenham's new stadium, Levy spoke about the future of Kane and co. He insisted they were going nowhere, saying:

“I'm 100 per cent confident [of keeping hold of his star men]. Every single player that we want to keep, I can assure you will be playing for Tottenham next season.”

Levy was then asked about the club's plans for the January transfer window. He replied:

“Mauricio's strategy has always been that if an opportunity arises that he thinks can improve the squad then we will need to look at it. However, January is always a very difficult window.”

The Three Amigos

Kane, Eriksen and Alli have developed into one of the most feared attacking trios in Europe. Their Premier League stats are frightening. Kane has 96 goals and 13 assists in just 137 appearances. Eriksen has 36 goals and 44 assists in 156 matches, while Alli has 33 goals and 22 assists in 91 Premier League games.

That is a phenomenal return from three players in the same team and if Spurs lost even one of them it would be a massive blow. They have under-performed this season, and if they miss out on the Champions League the vultures will be circling.

The pressure is on Pochettino to make the top 4, unless of course he leads Spurs to the Champions League title. If The Three Amigos keep producing the goods, who knows how far they can go?