Harry Kane has admitted that a lot needs to change at Tottenham this summer in order for the club to get back on the right track next season and remarked that he will give his input to Daniel Levy regarding what needs to be done.
There remains a major question mark over Kane’s future at Spurs, with the strike now set to enter the final 12 months of his contract at the North London club (Transfermarkt).
Reports over recent weeks have indicated that the 29-year-old would only begin talks over a new deal with the club’s hierarchy once a new head coach is in place (Football Insider).
The striker has insisted that his focus for the time being remains on finishing the Premier League campaign with a win before assessing things further this summer.
When asked about his future, Kane told The Evening Standard: “I’ve said all along I’m focused on this season and trying to help the team as much as possible. That’s all I can do.
“There’s a big summer ahead and a lot that needs to change here to start being successful again. Ultimately my focus now is to enjoy this last week as much as possible and try to finish with a win [at Leeds United] on Sunday.”
The centre-forward had revealed in an interview to Sky Sports last month in which he suggeste that Spurs had lost some of the values that they had under Mauricio Pochettino and admitted that he will give his opinion to the club on what they need to do to get those back.
The England captain has now reiterated the same, stating that he has had similar conversations with Daniel Levy in the past.
When quizzed on his plans to talk to the Tottenham supremo, Kane responded: “I think there’s a conversation [with the chairman] to be had anyway in terms of some of the values of the club. It will be a conversation, we’ve had many conversations before like that on how we can improve, and that will be the case again.”
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This seems like a big hint that Harry Kane is planning on sticking around at Tottenham. If the 29-year-old was planning to leave, he has no reason to give his input to the Spurs hierarchy regarding the culture of the club and the kind of manager that they need.
Perhaps Kane’s decision to stay stems from the fact that there is not really an obvious move where he would be guaranteed to win a Premier League title or two.
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