Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane has been linked with a move away from the club at the end of the season.
The 29-year-old will be entering the final year of his contract at the club in the summer and it remains to be seen whether the Londoners can hold on to him beyond this season.
A report from Football Insider claims that the England international could be tempted to stay at the north London club if they appoint Julian Nagelsmann as their manager.
The 35-year-old German was recently sacked by Bayern Munich and he is currently out of a job. Naglesmann has been linked with a move to the Premier League and it will be interesting to see if Tottenham decide to bring him in as the replacement for Antonio Conte.
The 53-year-old Italian will be a free agent in the summer and he’s unlikely to sign an extension with Tottenham. Apparently, Kane wants the club to show some ambition before he commits his long-term future to the club.
The England international is ready to extend his stay at Tottenham if they appoint a world-class manager and it will be interesting to see how the situation develops.
Spurs are hoping to agree on a new deal with the England international.
Kane is one of the best strikers in world football and his departure would be a devastating blow for Spurs. The Londoners will be hoping to challenge for major trophies next season and they cannot hope to do so without their key players.
Keeping the 29-year-old at the club should be their top priority and it will be interesting to see if they decide to bring in the German manager in the coming months.
Nagelsmann has proven in his quality in the Bundesliga with RB Leipzig and Bayern Munich. He could prove to be an exciting addition to Tottenham.
The Londoners have a squad well suited to high-intensity attacking football and the 35-year-old could be the ideal manager for them.
Kane will be hoping to win trophies at this stage of his career and he is clearly waiting for the club to show more ambition in the market. Spurs must look to bring in a top-class manager and strengthen their squad adequately in the coming months if they want to hold on to their best players.