Harry Kane has said that now isn’t the time to be discussing his future at Tottenham ahead of a crucial summer for the England captain.

Kane still has more than three years left on his Spurs deal, although there’s been increased speculation about him leaving the club this summer following their poor campaign.

The 27-year-old could still win his first piece of silverware in next month’s Carabao Cup final against Manchester City, but with Tottenham looking likely to be without Champions League football for the second season in succession, Kane will have a decision to make.

He’s been in outstanding form for Spurs this term, scoring 27 times in all competitions, whilst adding 16 assists, and scored a penalty in the recent victory over Aston Villa.

And as the striker prepares for England’s World Cup qualifier against Albania on Sunday night, where he’ll be looking to end a six-game drought on the international stage, he said that he’s concentrating on his football and nothing else.

“It’s important that all my focus is on the two England games coming up now, the rest of the season with Spurs and then the Euros,” Kane told the Daily Mail.

“To be thinking about speculations or rumours would be damaging in terms of my own performance. I always like to be focused on one goal and one job and that’s to finish strong with Spurs, win these qualifiers with England and hopefully go on and have a great Euros.

“Look, I try to stay out of that speculation as much as possible. I’m fully focused on doing the job on the pitch from now until the end of the summer and then we’ll see where we go from there.”



  1. Although I want Kane to retire at Tottenham, he is getting paid peanuts at THFC, must go to other clubs to earn a fair wage. He is the captain of England team.


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