It was always going to take more than a few pennies to get Tottenham to part with their beloved "Our boy 'Arry Kane". Whilst we'd be surprised to see them ship off the machine whose knocked in 105 goals in 149 games without an astronomical fee, everyone has their price.
The Times report that Spurs would be looking for a fee in excess of £200m saying that, he is "worth more than the £200 million that Paris Saint-Germain paid for Neymar."
That said, they're not arranging his goodbye picnic just yet as Pochettino has reportedly encouraged Kane to become a one-club player.
"The most important thing is that he is happy at Tottenham," Pochettino said in a press conference at the Bernabéu. "Tomorrow, who knows where we are going to be. But he enjoys Tottenham a lot, he comes from the academy and he is highly identified with the club."
"He is a player that likes and gets excited by scoring for Tottenham, he loves to wear the Tottenham shirt. I see a player that identifies with Tottenham's values, and I hope for the fans and for us, that he stays for a long time. He has great quality and is a model professional to teammates."
Kane faces a huge test tonight as he plays Real Madrid in the Champions League, the side whose manager Zinedine Zidane has added fuel to speculation that Kane is wanted by overseas clubs.
"He's good at everything and he's always thinking about the goal in everything he does," Zidane said. "I don't know what will happen in the future. But in the present, what he is doing has made him a very important player, a key player."
No rumours yet on how the Brit feels about potentially having to master Español, but we imagine this kind of internal screaming.