Harry Kane has refused to be drawn into speculation over who could become the next permanent Tottenham Hotspur manager when asked this week. 

The Spurs striker insisted it was a decision to be made by the club, but he did hint towards a potential meeting with chairman Daniel Levy come the end of the season.

Harry Kane

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Kane said that if he does end up having a meeting with Levy, the chairman will likely fill him in on whatever his plan is for the next head coach. But, until then, it is a wait-and-see job for Kane as much as it is for the fans.

While it has been yet another superb individual season for Kane in a Lilywhite and England shirt, he once again heads towards the summer without a trophy to show for it.

To make matters worse, Spurs will also not be in the Champions League next season, have no permanent manager, no director of football, and no guarantee of any European football at all.

When asked about the Spurs manager rumours, Kane said (Football London): “That’s down to the club.

“If I end up speaking with the chairman towards the end of the season, then I’m sure he’ll fill me in on what he’s thinking.

“But ultimately we’ve got three more games, we don’t want to look too far ahead and get too carried away.

“The club will make the best decision for everyone, for the players, the fans, for the club in general, so we’ll just have to wait and see what that is.”

Spurs Web Opinion:

Kane has never been one to get drawn into speculation of this kind. I’m sure he is very much thinking about the summer, the next Spurs manager, and what that means for his future. Hopefully, Levy makes a big push to convince him to stay by involving him in the process from start to finish.

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