Harry Kane opens up on Nuno and Mourinho

Tottenham Hotspur captain Harry Kane has praised Nuno Espirito Santo, who was appointed as the Spurs manager last week. Representing England at the Euro 2020 tournament, Kane admitted he would discuss about his future with the manager and sporting director after the event.

Kane, who was criticised for his below par performances in the group stages scored a brace in England’s 4-0 rout of Ukraine. With just two victories away from winning the tournament, Kane admitted winning the trophy for his country would always better anything achieved at the club level. Speaking to talkSPORT, Kane said “I think it would mean everything.”

I’ve always said winning a trophy with England would always surpass anything at club level, in my opinion. It has been so long, what 55 years, since we won something as a national side. Just to be a part of that history and put our stamp on history would be something we’d never forget.”

We have a great opportunity now to achieve that. We have to grab it with both hands and not let it go.”

Speaking on the new manager, Nuno, the Spurs captain said “Whenever a new manager comes in, I guess there’s a level of excitement around the club. Obviously, I’ve not been there and not had any contact with him.”

I’m away with England now and my full focus is on here. Hopefully, we’ve got a week left.”

He’s a great manager and did a great job at Wolves and got them playing a really good way.”

Let’s get back and I’m sure we’ll be in contact after the tournament.”

Kane also revealed he is in contact with the previous Spurs manager Mourinho, who was appointed as the new manager for Italian club AS Roma. The England striker added “He’s great, he’s been texting me as well. It’s common knowledge we have a great relationship and got on really well.”

I really respect him as a manager and person. I wish him all the best at Roma. It is great to have one of the best managers in the world on your side.”

“I will always respect him and hopefully be in contact with him for the rest of my career.

Source: talksport

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