Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino believes his club's post-season tour of Asia is a "big deal".
"You need younger players, like Dele Alli, who preferred to come here than another club".
"There are many, many rumours, but I am committed with the club", said Pochettino, who has a contract with Spurs until 2021.
Tottenham's best players are the subject of interest elsewhere, but Pochettino says the club do not have to sell anyone they now wish to keep.
"There is no reason to leave".
Tottenham will finish second in the table this season, their highest finish in the Premier League era.
"You know better than me how it is". We are talking about top players.
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"There are unbelievable facilities here yes". For top players, if some clubs are paying double salary, how are you going to convince them?
"It's true that you need younger players".
The tour will give England internationals, such as Harry Kane and Dele Alli, only a few days off before they face Scotland in an important World Cup Qualifier on June 10, and a friendly against France on June 13. But who took the risk? Kyle Walker, who knows he could double his £70,000-a-week salary elsewhere, is a target for Manchester City. Alli will also be aware of the untold riches on offer from home and overseas.
Spurs' squad fly to Hong Kong for a five-day post-season tour following their final game at Hull on Sunday, giving worldwide players like Harry Kane and Alli just a few days off before then linking up with England for matches against Scotland on June 10 and France on June 13.
"If you are in a big clubs - look at Barcelona, Real Madrid, Bayern - all the big clubs are involved in tournaments", Pochettino said.
Pochettino urged Spurs fans not to worry after reports listed him as a candidate to replace the sacked Stefano Pioli at San Siro for next season, with Inter ready to spend big.
"If not they get injured, problems, get exhausted, and then how it affects our management is unbelievable. But I think the business is over the human side".