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Tottenham ace admits to chatting with Daniel Levy over Tottenham managerial target

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Harry Kane hints at talking to Daniel Levy regarding next Tottenham manager

Speaking in an interview as quoted by Evening Standard, Harry Kane has hinted at talking to manager Daniel Levy regarding the managerial appointment for next season.

Kane’s words came after Tottenham’s crucial 1-0 victory against Crystal Palace, which saw them move up to sixth in the Premier League table and keep their hopes of European football alive.

The England captain has been in scintillating form this season, scoring 26 goals in the league, and is widely regarded as one of the best strikers in world football. With just a year left on his contract, Tottenham are keen to tie him down to a new deal.

Tottenham have been linked with a number of coaches in recent weeks, with Julian Nagelsmann, Vincent Kompany, Roberto De Zerbi, and Xabi Alonso all in the frame for the job.

“That’s down to the club. If I end up speaking with the chairman towards the end of the season, then I’m sure he’ll fill me in on what he’s thinking. But ultimately we’ve got three more games, we don’t want to look too far ahead and get too carried away”

Harry Kane also had words of praise for acting head coach Ryan Mason, who has taken charge of Tottenham since Cristian Stellini left the club. Mason, a former Tottenham player, has been tasked with restoring some of the values that the club has lost in recent years.

“I think we’re all behind him. We know the club is in a situation where I spoke about getting some of the values back. I feel like Ryan brings all those attributes.”

Harry Kane hints at talking to Daniel Levy regarding next Tottenham manager.  (Photo by GLYN KIRK/AFP via Getty Images)
Kane wants clarity on the future of the manager (Photo by GLYN KIRK/AFP via Getty Images)

Kane’s comments will come as a boost to Mason’s chances of being appointed as Tottenham’s permanent manager. The 29-year-old is seen as a popular choice among the players and has already overseen some impressive performances.

However, Mason does not have the experience to lead a club of this stature. Even though the initial signs have been promising, the young coach is yet to be tested against the big teams and he could fall short.

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Tottenham are likely to prefer a much more high-profile appointment. Only time will tell who they eventually go for.

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