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04-Jul-2020, 10:24 pm

Man Utd & Real Madrid-linked Kane will give Spurs & Mourinho one more season - Waddle

Harry Kane Tottenham 2019-20

The lack of “stupid money” in the next transfer window is likely to see Harry Kane spend one more season at Tottenham, says Chris Waddle, with the likes of Manchester United and Real Madrid forced to wait on the striker.

A move away from north London has been mooted for the England captain.

Kane has admitted that personal ambition may see him weigh up his options at some stage, with there a desire on the part of a proven 26-year-old to start challenging for major honours.

It has been suggested that United and Madrid would be willing to invest heavily in adding his obvious quality to their ranks.

Even those with the deepest pockets are, however, expected to see their spending power reined in during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

With that in mind, Waddle believes that Kane will give Spurs and Jose Mourinho 12 months in which to deliver long-awaited silverware.

The former Tottenham and England winger told the Racing Post: “It has been an unsettled year but I get the feeling Kane may give it another season at Tottenham and then take a long look at his options.

“It's a big year now the Euros have been rearranged and it could take 12 months for everything to settle down and for clubs to have a good look at their finances. The stupid money is just not going to be about.

“So Harry could bide his time but he will want to see things improve in the meantime, and then where will Spurs be? They will be back to being a clubwho might finish fourth or might finish seventh and will be seen as one that sells its best players.

“Mourinho tends to stick around for three seasons and move on, but I don't know what better offer he is going to get than the job he has now.

“Bosses like Jurgen Klopp and Pep Guardiola are the ones everyone loves now with their attractive pressing style of football. Mourinho has a great CV but he's just not the main man anymore.

“So that's all the more reason to start looking forward to next season and making sure he gets things right.”

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