Former Tottenham head coach Jose Mourinho believes that striker Harry Kane will remain at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium beyond the end of this summer’s transfer window.
Kane, who will be hoping to fire England to Euro 2020 glory when they face Italy in tomorrow evening’s final at Wembley, has been heavily linked with an exit from the north London club this summer amid his frustrations at a lack of silverware being won by Spurs.
Chelsea and Manchester City have been the clubs most heavily linked with a big-money move for the England captain, but Mourinho believes chairman Daniel Levy will not sell him.
Mourinho said: “Signing a new contract and staying? I don’t know.
“I would say this is probably what is going to happen. I don’t see Mr Levy with the desire to sell him. I don’t see that.
“Of course Harry was very objective, very clear, very direct before the Euros. He told that he wanted to leave the club but I don’t see Mr Levy open for that but it’s something that only they know what he is going to happen after the Euros.”