The striker has claimed he will not make any decision until the end of Euro 2020 this summer
Tottenham star Harry Kane admits he is currently unclear if he has a future with the Premier League side amid reports he could leave this summer.
Kane, 27, has become a Spurs favorite thanks to his scoring exploits.
This ability in front of the net has also caught the attention of Europe’s biggest clubs, which has led to constant transfer speculation about the England striker.
What was said?
“I think that’s a difficult question to answer at the moment,” Kane told reporters when asked if he should leave Tottenham to win trophies.
“It’s important that I only focus on the next two games in England and the rest of the season with Spurs and then the Euros.
“Thinking of speculation or rumors would be detrimental to my own performance.
“I always like to be focused on a goal and a job and that is to finish strong with Spurs, to win these qualifiers with England and hopefully to continue and to have some great euros.
“Look, I’m trying to stay out of this speculation as much as possible. I’m fully focused on fieldwork by the end of the summer and then we’ll see where we go from there.
The big picture
Kane joined Spurs at the age of 11 and has spent his entire professional career with the club except for a handful of loans as he started at senior level.
To date, he has scored 215 goals in 327 appearances across all competitions, making him Spurs’ second-highest scorer of all time behind Jimmy Greaves.
There is, however, one glaring omission on the forward’s resume: He has yet to win a single major trophy with his childhood club.
The medals for the EFL Cup and Champions League finalists are as close as Kane got to the silverware, although he will have another chance to break that duck in April when Tottenham face Manchester City in the Cup final. Carabao.