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Harry Kane makes hint over Spurs future amid Chelsea claim & Real Madrid transfer interest



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Harry Kane has hinted where his future could be next season after discussing Mauricio Pochettino’s Chelsea appointment.

He has been linked with Manchester United this summer, with Spurs reluctant to let the forward leave, let alone to a Premier League rival, and Real Madrid are the next club to have expressed interest, according to Relevo in Spain.

Kane is out of contract next summer and it remains unclear if he will stay at Spurs, sign a new deal, or try to leave ahead of the 2023/24 season.

Any hopes of winning a trophy will likely come away from Spurs for the 29-year-old, meaning Kane will need to leave if he has any desire of clinching club silverware during his career.

But speaking at a Reuters event in New York on Pochettino’s move to Chelsea, Kane hinted he’d be at Spurs after saying he didn’t want the Argentine to have a better season than “us”.

He said: “Mauricio was an amazing manager for me. Great person, great, great coach. He helped me a lot to get to where I am now. So I’m really appreciative of him.

“Everyone has their career, everyone has their future. So all I can say is I wish him all the best. I hope he does well – just obviously not as well as us!”

Kane netted twice against Leeds United, who they relegated last weekend with a 4-1 win to end the 2022/23 Premier League campaign which saw Spurs finish in eighth, finishing his season with 30 goals in 38 league appearances.

Whether or not they were his final goals for the club remains unclear. The 29-year-old was asked in an interview with BT Sport if anything over his future had chance amid heavy speculation, he replied: “No, no. That’s part and parcel of being a footballer – especially when you’re at the top of your game.

“I’ve just been focusing on this season and trying to help the team as much as possible.

“To score a couple today was nice, to finish that way, but all in all I’m just looking forward to a nice break and then a couple of games with England.”

He added: “It has been a disappointing season. We can’t let this win dust over that. A lot to work on.

“We have had to show fight in some moments. A club this size should not be finishing eighth and we need to go away, enjoy a break and look how we can improve.”