Tottenham interim boss Ryan Mason says Harry Kane’s future at the club will not be decided by Champions League qualification this summer.Kane has been the subject of plenty of transfer speculation this season after he said “we’ll see where we go” following this summer’s European Championship and pointed comments this week about wanting to win trophies perhaps gave indication of where his mindset is.Missing out on the top four, which currently looks likely, will be another blow for Spurs in keeping their star man happy, but Mason does not think it is a decisive factor.
Tottenham interim boss Ryan Mason says he has not discussed his long-term future with chairman Daniel Levy.Mason is charge until the end of the season after replacing Jose Mourinho last month and has led Spurs to two wins from two Premier League games so far.
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Tottenham interim boss Ryan Mason said Gareth Bale's future will be addressed at the end of the season after his hat-trick inspired a 4-0 win over Sheffield United.Bale struck a sublime treble at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, with Son Heung-min adding a fine fourth, as Spurs kept themselves in the race for Champions League qualification.The Wales international recently said that he intends to go back to Real Madrid next summer, but with performances like this Spurs will want to keep him in north London.
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Manchester City beat Tottenham 1-0 to claim the Carabao Cup for the fourth successive year.Pep Guardiola felt City more than deserved their latest Carabao Cup success, while Tottenham boss Ryan Mason said his players are feeling the pain after they again fell short on the big stage.
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Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has said Chelsea and Manchester City fans should not travel to Turkey, which hosts the Champions League final, after it was placed on the red list for travel restrictions.
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Gareth Southgate speaking at an event for the Football Association's Respect campaign, where the England manager touched on his team's determination to remain at the "business end" of competitions ahead of their European Championship campaign.
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