Tottenham striker Harry Kane has revealed that he is not currently in contact with the club about his future, reiterating that his full focus remains on Euro 2020 with England.
A frustrated Kane informed Spurs in May that he wishes to leave. Reaching the 2019 Champions League final aside, his boyhood team have gone backwards since he signed a long-term contract in 2018 and are now much further away from competing for the major trophies he craves.
Manchester City, who are now expected to seal a British record £100m deal for Jack Grealish after Euro 2020, have been heavily linked with an approach for the three-time Premier League golden boot winner. Chelsea and Manchester United have also been linked.
Spurs remain determined not to sell but would rather see Kane join an overseas club than allow him to move to a domestic rival. The player himself is open to heading abroad and 90min recently revealed that Paris Saint-Germain are among his favoured destinations as it would mean a reunion with former Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino, with whom Kane is close.
Since making his desire to leave clear, Kane insists he is not in touch with Spurs about his future. He has regularly made a point of prioritising Euro 2020 above all else until the tournament is over, explaining that he wants no distractions and no regrets.
“I have good luck messages and things like that but nothing to do with the personal stuff with the club really,” Kane told BBC Sport.
"If I'm totally honest I don't really read anything, no media,” he added.
"The most important thing is about us as a group and us a staff and as a nation and when you are in these tournament modes, sometimes it's easy to get caught away with other stuff. But the experience I've had in the last few tournaments, is just to focus on this and do what you can in the moment and leave no regrets.”