The Spurs striker has been in unbelievable form this season and has scored 27 goals and provided 16 assists in 40 games in all competitions.
Kane also scored for England in their World Cup qualifying win over Albania at the weekend, but there have been numerous reports asking if the striker needs to leave the club this summer if he is to win the biggest trophies.
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Kane could, of course, win the Carabao Cup this season, with Spurs set to play Manchester City in the final in April.
And Romano has now punctured the narrative surrounding Kane, insisting that Spurs are actually focused on handing him a new contract, instead of encouraging bidders to come forward.
He told GiveMeSport: “I think it’s difficult to see Harry Kane out of Tottenham. I know what he said in the last interviews and obviously we are in March so at the moment there is nothing advanced, but what I’m told is that Tottenham are planning with Harry Kane as part of the team.
“They want to discuss about this contract in the coming months and let’s see when they will decide to do it but they’re planning with him so at the moment there is nothing advanced with other clubs and they’re happy with Harry Kane so let’s see what he will decide.”
Romano also believes any club wanting to buy Kane will face an uphill struggle negotiating any potential deal with Spurs chairman Daniel Levy.
Kane is valued at £108m by Transfermarkt.
He added: “But on Tottenham there is nothing saying, okay let’s negotiate with another club.
“And remember that it’s really, really difficult always to negotiate with Daniel Levy when we’re talking about normal players or small players, not for a top, top player like Harry Kane.
“I think it will be really difficult to see Harry Kane out of Tottenham this summer.”
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