The England talisman’s future is currently subject to huge speculation, with expectations that he may push for a move away from Spurs in the event that Jose Mourinho’s side miss out on Champions League qualification once again this season. Tottenham currently sit seventh and six points adrift of the Premier League’s top four with only seven games left to play in 2020/21, with the under-pressure Mourinho admitting after Sunday’s 3-1 defeat by Manchester United that it will be “difficult” for his side to even make the top six this term.
Tottenham legend Glenn Hoddle says no one would blame Harry Kane for wanting to leave the club at the end of the season. Kane is thought to be considering pushing for a transfer if Spurs fail to qualify for the Champions League for a second consecutive year, with Sunday's defeat to Manchester United leaving them six points from fourth place with seven games to play. Spurs regard the England captain, who has a contract until June 2024, as not for sale at any price and there are few clubs with the resources or appetite to test their resolve, particularly given Erling Haaland and Kylian Mbappe are expected to be on the market this summer.
With Friday night action in the Premier League, fantasy football managers are faced with another early deadline this week. The season is nearing its climax now and with the added problem of rotation amid some huge European fixtures to consider, it’s a tricky time of the year for wannabe gaffers. The Blues ‘keeper surprisingly leaked five against West Brom last weekend but you can almost write that off after Thiago Silva’s early sending off and his side have already bounced back in the Champions League in midweek.