Harry Kane To Follow Mourinho And Leave Tottenham

Harry Kane will be ‘seriously considering’ his future at the club on the back of their disastrous 2019/20 season, likewise Jose Mourinho.

That is the believe of Trevor Sinclair Tottenham talisman who claims the manager is starting to realise he took on a lot more than he bargained for when he accepted the job in north London.

Tottenham’s struggles continued last night with a 0-0 draw against relegation battlers Bournemouth, which followed a 3-1 defeat to Sheffield United last week.

The draw leaves them ninth in the Premier League table, ten points adrift of the top-four with just four games of the campaign remaining, which basically ends their hopes of qualifying for next season’s Champions League.

It’s certainly not where the club, players, or fans expected Tottenham to be when they replaced Mauricio Pochettino with ‘Special One’ Mourinho back in November, who was backed to guide them to a long-awaited trophy.

On Friday’s talkSPORT Breakfast, host and former Spurs striker Alan Brazil was joined by Sinclair as he fumed at his former side.

He said: “A lot of people are starting to talk about Harry Kane and thinking, ‘he must be thinking about where his next move is’.

“He loves the club and he wants to be loyal, but we’ve been speaking about it as fans, as commentators, as broadcasters for a while.

“So don’t even think for one second that Harry Kane and his agent are not speaking about it too.

“I’d be very surprised if Harry Kane is not seriously considering leaving that football club.

“I honestly think the quality is not there.”

And Sinclair believes the manager could also been eyeing an exit from the in-trouble club.

“I saw the interview with Jose after the game, I think he’s plotting an exit,” added the former West Ham midfielder.

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“Honestly, I think he realises the job he’s got is too big and it almost vindicates the fact Pochettino walked.”

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