'Just got to': Rio Ferdinand now shares whether he thinks Harry Kane should sign a new deal with Tottenham
It’s also put a number of their players in the spotlight, with potential suitors watching closely.
Meanwhile, Liverpool and Manchester City are both chasing Jude Bellingham’s signature.
Another England player who could potentially be on the move is Tottenham forward Harry Kane.
Kane was the subject of intense speculation last season, with Man City having bids rejected for the 29-year-old.
Bayern Munich are the latest club to be linked with Kane, who only has 18 months left on his contract.
Ferdinand has now shared whether he thinks Kane should stay at Tottenham and sign a new deal, or leave the club.
Ferdinand discusses if Kane will stay at Tottenham
The trio were walking about Kane’s future ahead of England’s next match against Senegal.
Kane has yet to score his first goal of the tournament but has already provided three assists.
The forward has shown how valuable he can be to the team even when he’s not on the scoresheet.
Kane’s fitness has been questioned, with the forward recording the fewest sprints out of his England teammates.
He took a hefty knock to his foot against Iran, and there were question marks over whether Southgate would rest him.
However, England’s second-highest all-time scorer has started every game, and that’s unlikely to change tonight.
Speaking about the 29-year-old, The Athletic journalist David Ornstein said: “Harry Kane’s out of contract at Tottenham in 2024, we’ve got no news on whether he’s going to sign a new deal, or see it through to 2024 and leave as a free agent.
“Or, will Daniel Levy relent in the summer of 2023 with a year to go, that’s a really interesting situation.”
Rio Ferdinand replied, bullishly stating that: “Harry’s just got to stay there now, he’s missed the boat.
“Just stay there. Get the Premier League record, just stay there now.”
Co-host Danny Murphy agreed, saying: “Get the statue, beat Greaves’ record, get the England goal record.”
Tottenham fans will be delighted that Ferdinand thinks Kane will stay at the club.
The lack of an update may worry some, but Kane’s future will be manager Antonio Conte’s top priority.