Former West Ham man believes Kane is already thinking about his next move

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Former West Ham United striker Trevor Sinclair believes Harry Kane and his agent are already planning an exit from Spurs amidst the various rumours about his future.

A lot has been made of Kane’s form since the restart but he has still managed to score two in six games and could have had two more if VAR had made the right decisions (transfermarkt).

There have been suggestions that Jose Mourinho’s style of play would not suit the England captain and that he would not be able to score as many goals as he normally does playing the way the Spurs head coach wants the team to play (Sky Sports).

Both Mourinho (Football.London) and Kane (Independent) have hit back at those suggestions and insisted that there will be no such problem.

Kane admitted back in March that he may consider leaving in the future if the team is not moving in the right direction.

Sinclair is certainly convinced that Kane is already considering his future and suggested that it would be naive to think otherwise.

Here’s what the former Hammer said on talkSPORT Breakfast about Kane’s future:

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Kane is a committed pro who loves Tottenham and I am sure the only thing he will be thinking about at the moment to help improve us as a team on the pitch. I am also convinced that Mourinho would have sold his vision to the likes of Kane, Son and Dele, and convinced them that they can win trophies at Spurs.

I believe the players, as well as the Spurs board, would be willing to write this season off and look ahead to next season. It is important we recruit smartly and start well next season. If we still struggle to create chances a few games into next campaign, that is when Jose’s future might be scrutinised and there could potentially be an exodus.

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