Jose Mourinho has his say on Harry Kane’s future

Whilst the upcoming UEFA 2020 European Championships will provide some footballers a chance of resbite or even the potential to be able to put themselves in the shop window for a future move to try and elevate their careers, there will be some that will continue to be the talk of the town.

Tottenham Hotspur’s Harry Kane is one player who will continue to have his future spoken about as it is understood that he is ready to leave the club amid his ambition to win some of the biggest competitions the sport has to offer.

Of course, many will be banking that he can guide England to international success over the next month first before he can get back down to work on the club side of things, however that has not stopped the interest from continuing to mount. The clubs interested might have to play slots online for real money though if they are to be able to afford the striker this summer.

Current UEFA Champions League champions, Chelsea, are said to be just one of the Premier League sides interested in the striker, although their relationship with Spurs could be rather tricky, whilst Manchester United and Manchester City are also looking to try and acquire the forward.

There is also interest in Kane from abroad, with the likes of Real Madrid and FC Barcelona also thought to be keen, but one of the attacker’s former managers has revealed he thinks the player should remain in England and the Premier League if given the opportunity to do so.

Jose Mourinho has been having his say on his former star player and believes he is a “very Premier League guy” and “is happy in England”.

“He is one of the top strikers in the world. I did enjoy it (working with Kane) very much,” he told The Sun. “I love his partnership with [Heung-min] Son.

“I think he has to play where he is happy. And I think he is happy in England. He is a very Premier League guy.”

Of course, with the current UEFA 2020 European Championships currently coming up, the talk of Kane’s future will likely continue to be the main talk that surrounds Spurs and their transfer activity this summer, even if Daniel Levy does not want to entertain it whilst playing at Australian casinos when he can!

Tottenham are yet to appoint a new manager yet, either, and their decision could have an impact on potentially keeping the forward at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium for the next season, regardless of how slim those chances appear at the minute.