Daniel Levy has warned potential buyers that Tottenham will not sell players this summer unless it is on their own terms.
Tottenham have enjoyed a period of marked success since appointing Mauricio Pochettino as manager in summer 2015, with the club currently on course to secure their highest-ever Premier League finish of second.
The club continue to enact a strict wage structure however, leading to reports that many of their key players will seek to move at the end of the season.
Kyle Walker has been linked with a move to either Manchester club this summer, while reports have emerged linking Manchester United with interest in Eric Dier.
But Levy has moved to reassure fans that players will not be sold unless Tottenham wish to conduct business.
The club’s Supporters Trust reported the following from a recent meeting with the club chairman:
“DL [Levy] said all players were under contracts, contracts they were happy to sign at the time.
“They would be expected to honour those contracts. They wouldn’t have had a reduction if things had gone badly.
“DL said no player would be sold who Tottenham didn’t want to sell for non-footballing reasons.”