Harry Kane revealed that he had contact with former coach Mourinho during the 2021 European Cup, but has not yet made contact with Tottenham’s new coach Nuno Espírito Santo.
Kane scored three goals in England’s two knockout games to help the Three Lions enter the semi-finals against Denmark on Wednesday.
The forward related to the exit this summer spoke highly of Mourinho, who was fired by the Spurs in April and appointed as Roma boss in May.
Kane on Mourinho and Nuno
“He is great, he texts me too,” Kane said Talk sports About Mourinho. “As we all know, we have a good relationship and get along very well.
“As a manager and an individual, I really respect him. I wish him all the best in Rome. It’s great to have one of the best managers in the world by your side.
“I will always respect him and hope to keep in touch with him for the rest of my career.”
Regarding Nuno, Kane added: “Whenever a new coach takes office, I think there will be a certain level of excitement around the club. Obviously, I have not been there, nor have I had any contact with him.
“I am leaving England now, and all my attention is here. I hope we still have a week away.
“He is a great manager. He did a great job with Wolves and made them play very well. Let’s go back. I believe we will keep in touch after the game.”
Kane’s future in the Spurs
Kane did not publicly stated that he wanted to leave the Spurs, but he made no secret of his desire to win the trophy.
the goal It is understood that Manchester City has made the 27-year-old player its primary goal this summer, and Guardiola is keen to add the striker to help replace Sergio Aguero.
But Tottenham is unlikely to let Kane leave easily, especially because he signed a two-year contract extension three years ago, linking him to the North London club until 2024.
On Sunday, Tottenham Hotspur Sports Director Fabio Paratic said that retaining Kane is “the club’s goal”.