Harry Kane accepts he won’t get a move away from Tottenham until after the Euros campaign with England.
The London Evening Standard says Kane has put his club future on hold until after the Euros, with the Tottenham striker determined to focus on winning the tournament with England.
Kane has asked to leave Spurs and had wanted his future resolved before the tournament, which begins for England against Croatia in just 10 days.
Manchester City, Manchester United and Chelsea have all contacted Kane’s representatives but the forward is now resigned to no major developments until after the tournament and is said to be in ‘Euros mode’ and ignoring all outside distractions.
While talks could still continue behind the scenes, Kane will not be involved in discussions and he is preparing to give short shrift to questions about his future during the finals.
It remains to be seen if Tottenham’s move to appoint Antonio Conte could help persuade Kane to stay put, with the 27-year-old’s situation sure to have been raised in discussions between the Italian and Spurs chairman Daniel Levy this week.