The prolific striker is strongly linked with the move to Manchester City after the tournament ended
Harry Kane has revealed that he was in contact with former manager Jose Mourinho during Euro 2020, but has not yet made contact with the new Tottenham boss Nuno Espirito Santo.
Kane scored three goals in two knockout matches for England, which helped the Three Lions reach the semi-finals where they face Denmark on Wednesday.
The striker, who is linked with a retirement this summer, has talked a lot about Mourinho, who was sacked by Spurs in April and appointed Roma boss in May.
What was said?
“He’s great, he texted me too,” Kane said. talkSPORT about Mourinho. “It is well known that we have a good relationship and have had a really good relationship.
“I really respect him as a manager and person. I wish him all the best at Roma. It’s great to have one of the best drivers in the world by your side.
“I will always respect him and hopefully be in touch with him for the rest of my career.”
About Nuno, Kane added: ‘When a new manager comes in, I think there’s some excitement in the club. It was clear that I was not there and had no contact with him.
‘I’m away with England now and my full focus is here. Hopefully we have another week left.
‘He’s an excellent manager and did a good job at Wolves and made them play in a very good way. Let’s return and I’m sure we’ll have contact after the tournament. ”
Kane has not publicly stated that he wants to leave Spurs, but he has made no secret of his desire to win trophies.
Purpose understand it Manchester City made the 27-year-old their best target this summer, with Pep Guardiola willing to add the forward to replace Sergio Aguero.
But Spurs are unlikely to let Kane leave easily, especially since he signed a two-year extension three years ago committing him to the North London club until 2024.
On Sunday, sports director Tottenham Fabio Paratici said keeping Kane was a ‘goal for the club’.