With Tottenham finally getting their hands on a manager after several weeks of discussions with all of their managerial options, the next target will be to ensure that the new manager takes up the responsibility of working on transfers at the club. Nuno Espirito Santos, former Wolverhampton Wanderers manager, was announced on Wednesday this week as the man that will be taking over at the helm of managerial operations at the Tottenham Hotspur stadium, and even though he is yet to officially resume his duties, he already has a lot of work on his table.
Kane is a subject of huge transfer speculations after coming out to declare that he wants to leave the club last season and the rumors have not rested since then. In his own words, Kane said he would not want to retire from professional football and have regrets at the end of his career that he faked to win trophies, citing that he wishes to move to a club where he would have a bigger chance of getting his hands on titles.
His declaration alerted the top clubs in the English Premier League including Manchester United, Chelsea, and Manchester City. However, Kane made the statement before the appointment of the new manager and although it would have to take a whole lot of convincing, Nuno could try to ask Kane to remain at the club to see if they can have a shot at working to win some trophies together at the club.