Harry Kane doesn't think the Chinese throwing money about will affect Spurs at all, he can't see any player leaving at such exciting times for the club. He has naturally been asked about the money he could earn out in China.
"People are going to speculate about that but you can see how good a shape the club is in. The future is very bright. We've got one of the best managers in the world, if not the best. I'm pretty sure he'd stay. He's started a project here, we've got the stadium coming, so the future is very bright.
"Performances like West Brom and winning games like that, the next step for us is winning trophies, so hopefully we can do that this season and push us onto the world scale. I'd be very surprised if any of our players went out there, especially within the next couple of seasons.
"What we've got going on here is something very great and I think it would be silly for the players here whoever maybe come and go not to be part of it."
Mauricio Pochettino was asked the same at a pre-game press conference and gave a similar response, it won't affect Spurs because the club doesn't need to sell players, it is financially one of the healthiest clubs in the Premier League despite spending £750 million on a new stadium.
He was asked again this week because Diego Costa has been offered £500,000-a-week and reports suggest a row will boss Conte who is alleged to have yelled at him 'Go to China'.
"My reaction was [one of] indifference because, luckily it is not my problem, it's not my business. You know, what can you do when an offer like this arrives? From a country that is like that?
"It's crazy money. It looks like they broke the market, if it's true what we read in the media. If it's true, it's unbelievable, unbelievable. But we will see what happens, and [there's] nothing to do."
The youngsters are at a club that sits second in the Premier League with their careers ahead of them. Going to China is the end of an international career so the only pull is money and that is just the type of player we have been trying to remove from Tottenham.