Tottenham interim boss Ryan Mason is hopeful Harry Kane will keep at Spurs even when the membership fail to qualify for subsequent season’s Champions League.
Rumours about Kane’s future proceed to swirl and the England captain, trophyless all through his Spurs profession, fanned the flames by reiterating his determined quest for silverware earlier this week.
Manchester United are among the many golf equipment regarded as – and if Spurs fail to complete inside the highest 4 this season, it might power Kane’s hand.
However, the 27-year-old has a legacy to guard at Tottenham, and will cement himself as the best goalscorer of their historical past if he stays.
Mason, in non permanent cost following the sacking of Jose Mourinho, definitely hopes that may show to be the case.
When requested about whether or not high 4 is crucial to maintain the striker, he stated: “I don’t suppose so. Harry Kane loves this soccer membership. That’s been confirmed over the past seven or eight years. He’s top-of-the-line strikers on this planet.
“Everybody is aware of that, we all know that and I’d prefer to suppose Harry is aware of that as properly.
“An important factor proper now, and our consideration proper now, is that this weekend. We will’t disrespect any opponent and we are able to’t be investing our power into the rest.
“That’s all I’ve to say on the matter. Our consideration, Harry’s consideration, the eye of this complete soccer membership is on this Sunday.”
Mason and Kane are shut mates off the pitch however the former Spurs midfielder insists he has not held counsel with the striker about his future.
“No, I’ve not spoken to Harry. Harry is a continuing skilled,” Mason added. “There haven’t been and there gained’t be any conversations with me and him relating to something aside from the coaching day or the match forward.
“He’s one of the skilled guys I’ve ever met in my life so Harry Kane has been coaching excellently this week. He’ll be coaching excellently tomorrow, I do know that, and he’ll be prepared for the weekend.”