Ever since, and a bit before, it was announced that Harry Kane was heading to Bayern Munich, Tottenham have been linked with Gift Orban.

The Nigerian striker has been impressive since his arrival at KAA Gent, which has caught the eye of a few clubs in search of a new striker; a list Spurs are about to join.

While there have been many claims that Tottenham will make a move, there is one man who believes a deal might never take place, and that’s the player’s manager Hein Vanhaezebrouck, as relayed by Foot News in Belgium.

He has already made it clear there is nothing going on between him and the striker after Orban was left out of a few games early on, and the general preference would be for the striker to stick around.

However, if big clubs, like Tottenham, come knocking, that could be difficult, but Vanhaezebrouck still believes it can happen.

He said: “Is it impossible to keep Orban? No, it’s not impossible. He doesn’t have to leave, and maybe he’ll stay, but I can’t predict the future.”

Therefore, it appears he will do everything he can to keep his star around, and it could entirely depend on what Tottenham, or any other club, put on the table.

It’s already been stated that Spurs are planning on moving for Orban with a €25-30m bid once their star is sold.

First, though, Harry Kane will need to leave, which is on the verge of happening.