‘Has Kane moved yet?’: Son Heung-min hits back at reporters when asked about his Tottenham team-mate’s future as he insists ‘not everything has been decided’ with the English star’s future at stake
- Harry Kane has been linked with a departure from Tottenham this summer
- Manchester City are interested in signing the 27-year-old England captain
- Kane and Son Heung-min broke a record in 2020-21 for most target combinations
- But Son insisted that everything hadn’t been decided yet regarding Kane’s future
Tottenham forward Son Heung-min has hit back after suggestions that club-mate Harry Kane could leave the club this summer in a mega-money deal.
The 27-year-old Spurs striker has been linked with a departure from north London this summer after becoming frustrated with the club’s failure to land silverware since breaking into the first team in the 2013-14 season.
He has scored a remarkable 221 goals in that span without a single trophy, but Premier League champions Manchester City are interested in signing the England captain for £150m following the departure of Sergio Aguero.
Son Heung-min hits back after suggestions that club mate Harry Kane Spurs . can leave
The Tottenham star striker has been linked with a move, with Manchester City interested
Kane and Son, 28, broke a 25-year record for most goal combinations in a single Premier League season in 2020/21 in March, together for a 14th goal of the campaign against Crystal Palace.
The latter has come back and insisted that nothing was decided when asked if the former could move on and break their partnership.
South Korean international Son – currently absent from World Cup qualifiers ahead of the games against Turkmenistan, Sri Lanka and Lebanon – told reporters: ‘Has Kane moved yet?
Kane and son, 28, broke a 25-year record for most goal combinations in a season in March
‘Not everything is decided. Instead of worrying about his transfer, I’m doing my best at Tottenham.
“I want to focus on the national team and Tottenham. Maybe Kane will do the same, he is busy preparing for the European Championship.’
Sports post Meanwhile, Tottenham understand talks have been held with Antonio Conte regarding their vacancy as head coach, with the Italian emerging as a strong contender for the job.
The Spurs still have no manager, despite Jose Mourinho’s resignation on April 19 after missing two main targets Julian Nagelsmann and Brendan Rodgers.
South Korean star Son insisted that not everything had been decided regarding Kane .’s future
It is clear that the first contact between former Chelsea manager Conte – who walked away from Inter Milan two weeks ago after taking the Serie A title – and Tottenham has taken place with both sides open to a deal.
But Son declined to discuss the possible appointment of the former Chelsea boss, claiming he would give his all for anyone who ends up in the hot seat.
“I can’t talk about that subject,” Son added.
‘Conte hasn’t arrived yet, I have to be careful. It has not been confirmed and I don’t know if Spurs will find a new coach or not. I will do my best in every situation in my position.’
The 28-year-old also declined to comment on Tottenham’s pursuit of Antonio Conte .