Jose Mourinho says he has not discussed Harry Kane’s future with the Spurs talisman but insisted that his door is always open if the striker wants to talk.
Speculation has intensified over what might lie in store for Kane over the last few weeks after Spurs’ season threatened to implode following their embarrassing Europa League exit and Manchester City’s need for a new frontman in the wake of Sergio Aguero’s pending departure.
The England captain, who still has another three years left on his current contract, has been honest in the past about being content to say at the north London club providing he sees suitable progression, but was hardly cast-iron when speaking about his future on international duty last week.
He said the topic of his future at Spurs was a ‘hard question to answer right now’ and that ‘we’ll see where we go’ after this summer’s European Championship.
Mourinho revealed that Kane has not sought the advice of his manager, who vowed to help him ‘explode’ when he came to the club in 2019, regarding his future and it is not a topic the pair need to discuss.
‘He works so well every day. He is such a professional, committed with the team, performing well,’ Mourinho said.