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Former Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho has given his verdict on Harry Kane’s future at the club.
According to Sky Sports, the 27-year-old informed the club he wants to leave north London in order to win some silverware and Manchester City have been heavily linked with a move for the England striker.
However, Mourinho does not believe that chairman Daniel Levy is willing to sell him despite any wishes that Kane may have of seeking a new challenge.
Mourinho told talkSPORT when Alan Brazil insisted that he would like to see Kane remain at Spurs: “I would say that probably that is what is going to happen. I don’t see Mr Levy with the desire to sell him, I don’t see that.
“Of course, Harry was very objective, very clear, very direct when before the Euros he told that he wanted to leave the club, but I don’t see Mr Levy open for that, but it is something that only them they know what is going to happen after the Euros.”
“[Harry Kane] staying? I would say that is probably what is going to happen.” ✅
“I don’t see Mr Levy with a desire to sell. I don’t see Mr Levy being open to that.”
— talkSPORT 🏴 (@talkSPORT) July 9, 2021
Kane has three years left to run on his current contract and will lead England out at Wembley on Sunday in the Euro 2020 final against Italy.
Source – Spurs-Web