Paper round-up: Levy reportedly refusing to sell Spurs stars

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The Sun say Daniel Levy has told Manchester City and Barcelona that Tottenham will not sell Dele Alli for any price.

Both clubs are said to be keen to land the England international, who has also been linked with Real Madrid.

The Sun declare that Spurs chairman Levy has made it clear that no offers will be accepted for Alli – not even for £150m.

The Sun say Levy is also determined to keep Danny Rose at Tottenham despite the left-back’s public criticism of his wage policy.

Levy is reported to be ready to turn down any pre-deadline bids for Rose, who has been linked with Chelsea and Manchester United.

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The Daily Express, meanwhile, say United have abandoned plans to go for Rose after being told by Levy that the player will definitely not be allowed to join them.

The Express say Spurs are also determined not to sell Rose to London rivals Chelsea, potentially leaving the England defender in limbo.

The Express also say Chelsea and Spurs are set to both miss out on Valencia right-back Joao Cancelo, who is expected to join Inter Milan.

And the Daily Star say Chelsea will offer £25m for Danny Drinkwater but Leicester want £40m for him.

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