Tottenham Hotspurs interim boss Ryan Mason says Harry Kane’s Future Will not hinge on Spurs making it into the Champions League
England skipper Harry Kane is expected to tell Tottenham Hotspurs he want to leave should the club fail to make it into next seasons Champions League, however, Ryan Mason has payed down those rumors
Harry Kane current deal with the club runs until the summer of 2024, but a quest for silverware and Champions League football has fueled speculations of the 27-year-old departing from Spurs.
Tottenham Hotspurs sit seventh in the Premier League table, five points behind Chelsea who occupy the fourth spot and with five games remaining, caretaker manager, Ryan Mason described those fixtures as “cup finals”.
When asked whether Harry Kane’s future at the club relies on the club securing a Champions League slot, Mason said: “I don’t believe so. Harry Kane loves the club, that has been proven over the last seven or eight years.
*He is one of the best forwards in the world. Everyone knows that and he is one of the most professional guys I have ever met in my life.”
Ryan Mason is placed as a caretaker following the sacking of Jose Mourinho, and he believes Kane’s professionalism will make him stay at the club.