Harry Kane is one of the world's best strikers, and as such he's frequently being linked with moves away from Tottenham to join some of Europe's biggest clubs. Amid the latest rumors surrounding the English talisman, Kane has been linked with a move to Bayern Munich, who run the risk of losing their own star striker Robert Lewandowski during the summer transfer window.

Despite Bayern angling themselves for a potential move for Kane, fans in Munich need not get their hopes up. According to Fabrizio Romano, Kane's future in Tottenham isn't even up for discussion. The club considers its star striker to be untouchable, and the likes of Daniel Lewy, Fabio Paratici and Antonio Conte have never for a moment given thought to selling him.

Romano went as far as to say that Tottenham is hoping to open up talks over another contract extension for the 28-year-old, who is far and away the club's most important player.

The partnership he's formed with Heung Min Son up top is arguably the most lethal in the Premier League and would rank highly among any attacking tandems in the world. It's easy to see why Tottenham is so committed to keeping Kane in North London, as he's played his entire career there and is the face of the club.

One of the most proven goalscorers on the planet, Kane would certainly be an ideal replacement for Lewandowski if Bayern Munich loses him, though Tottenham has no intentions of letting their star striker go, no matter the cost.

After finally re-securing Champions League qualification, it's all gas and no breaks for Tottenham, and that means ensuring Kane isn't lured away by another top club.