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Harry Kane next club reportedly to be decided after Euro 2020

Harry Kane will reportedly decide on his next club after Euro 2020, with the striker focussing on England this summer.

According to the Evening Standard, the Three Lions captain has put his future club plans on ice to fully focus on international duty with England.

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Kane’s future with Tottenham is uncertain after another trophyless season with the Premier League side.

A big summer for England

Kane started for England last night in the nation’s first of two pre-tournament friendlies.

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The striker played an hour of football as the Three Lions won 1-0 against Austria. Arsenal winger Bukayo Saka scored the sole goal of the evening.

Harry Kane’s next club

As reported by the Athletic, Kane is keen to leave Tottenham this summer.

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The striker is yet to win any silverware with his boyhood club despite reaching three finals during his time with the north London team.

Manchester City, Manchester United and Chelsea have all approached the England superstar over a potential signing. Kane will likely cost a Premier League transfer record if a sale was made this summer by Daniel Levy.

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As per the Evening Standard report, talks could continue behind the scenes between Kane and other clubs.

However, the Spurs star will not be involved in discussions and the attacker is preparing to give short shrift to questions about his future during the Euros.

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England are one of the favourites to win the Euros this summer. And Kane’s form over last season will play a big factor as to how far the Three Lions go in the tournament.

The Tottenham star won both the Golden Boot and the Playmaker awards for the 2020/21 Premier League season, and surrounded by the likes of Jack Grealish, Jadon Sancho and Phil Foden, England and Kane have a real shot of international silverware with England.

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