With one of our own Harry Kane filling nearly every column inch of the papers, the Internet and topping the goal scoring charts just like a former number 18 of ours, it is hardly surprising that his name is also being linked to big money transfers. The latest team to be Linked with 'our' Harry is Juventus who are rumoured to be sending scouts to watch him in Turin next week. Now, while I don't believe Harry will leave, and certainly not to Juventus, I keep getting this niggling feeling that we have been here before. Harry has scored 29 times this season and let's not forget that he didn't really start playing in the league until November!!! Tottenham's future must be built around Harry Kane and I am sure Poch will be planning his targets to complement our new main man. The niggling feeling is that Harry has caught the eye of the Worlds media. He has already scored more goals than Gareth Bale did in his final season. So does that mean we can expect £80 million pound bids this summer? I hope not but this is a money based business and there will be teams out there who will start bidding as soon as the window opens, just to make the summer for Spurs fans as worrying as ever. So, the question is, can levy keep his head and remember that the future is Spurs the football club rather than levy the money maker? History suggests that levy will state that Kane is going nowhere. That is what we want to hear of course, but we have heard this many times before only for the following season to see our best players leave. Kane comes across as level headed, but like all footballers he has an agent and sadly they can turn a players head. Kane himself has said he wants to spend his entire career at Spurs and I believe him. I trust him and Spurs can achieve big things if they keep him at the core of the squad. Sadly, I don't trust Daniel Levy and I still fear he may be tempted to cash in to cover the new stadium. Please let me be wrong. Please.