Now, Daniel Levy has shot down any possibility of the star duo leaving the club.
The club manager on his part said in today's press conference that the chairman's words are to be respected and once he has promised something he is sure to deliver. Notably, Tottenham hasn't been involved in any transfer this month.
Kane is the Premier League's most consistent goal scorer, he is now making his mark on the global stage and only three players - Cristiano Ronaldo, Neymar and Roberto Firmino - have scored more than his five goals in the Champions League this season.
A tempestuous night at Anfield witnessed a more progressive display from Everton than they offered during their visit in December, but it proved insufficient as a late goal burst their cup dreams for another year. Real are keeping close tabs on the 24-year-old's exploits; a state of affairs that his current club are well aware of and has prompted plans to tie him down to improved terms.
Although formal talks have yet to start with the 21-year-old, initial soundings have been positive, and the English worldwide has made clear his happiness at the club and willingness to sign a contract that would take him up to £100,000 a week. He was on loan from Atletico Madrid with Spurs eventually signing him on a permanent.
Tottenham Hotspur are unbeaten in their last 10 home matches in the Premier League.
Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy rules out sale of key men
Tottenham have had a hit and miss first half of the season.
"We want to start winning trophies so that's the aim". Tosun is expected to feature in some capacity tonight and it will be interesting to see how he features on his debut for the Toffees.
It was then suggested to Pochettino that he has said Harry Kane could stay at Spurs for his entire career.
As much as it sells itself as the biggest and most exciting league in the world, the Premier League has still to find a way to keep its biggest stars from the clutches of La Liga's superpowers.
Biggest drop in housing prices in a decade
But from the sales peak of 2011 when 3,68,568 units were sold, this is a step decline of 62 per cent in 2017 at 2,28,072 units. While 3.68 lakh apartments and houses were sold in 2011, only 2.28 lakh units were sold previous year .