Tottenham manager Ryan Mason addresses Harry Kane’s Man Utd and Chelsea transfer speculations
News spread last night that the England captain had an arrangement that he could switch to a new club at the end of the season. Ryan Mason has however played down such speculations.
It was reported that Manchester United and Chelsea are among the frontrunners for his signature. However, Spurs caretaker boss Mason maintains that he has no concept about the source of exit rumors.
“No, not that I’m aware of,” he said. “Like I say, all this speculation I’m not sure.
“All of my conversations I’ve had with him have been about the game the other day and also preparing for the game tomorrow. So no…I don’t know.”
He added: “I speak to Harry pretty much every day. He’s excited along with me about tomorrow.
“Our only discussions have been about the game tomorrow. We’re looking forward to tomorrow.”
“No I don’t think anything is awkward,” he explained. “There’s always speculation around the best players.
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“There’s been speculation in the last three or four weeks about the new manager coming in, all these question marks.
“Which is normal When you’re at a big club that’s normal. Our focus – and I’ve said it all along – is on the next game.
Mason expects interest to garner around the club’s best players and he reckons it is normal in football.
“My mind hasn’t deviated from that, I’m sure Harry’s hasn’t. I’m sure in the rest of the group, every individual, their minds haven’t deviated from that. We’ve got to try to get the three points.”
Tottenham take on Aston Villa in their final home match of the season tomorrow – but will that be Kane’s last match in north London?
“A send off? No, we’ve got a game at the weekend as well so Harry is definitely going to be involved in them,” Mason said.
“Like I’ve said all along I can’t speak about next season, whether that’s a manager or a player. What I do know is that the fans will get behind us.
“They’re excited about the game tomorrow, along with the players. We’re looking forward to it, looking forward to a game of football, with fans who are going to make a big difference for us and hopefully we can get three points.”
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Tottenham manager Ryan Mason addresses Harry Kane’s Man Utd and Chelsea transfer speculations.