“Unfathomable Prospect: Kane Set to Embark on Unpredictable and Explosive journey as Spurs’ Club Ambassador in English”

Former Tottenham captain Gary Mabbutt stated with great confidence on Wednesday that the club believes they will be able to retain the services of their star player Harry Kane until the end of his football career. Despite the constant rumors of a lucrative transfer deal, Mabbutt ensured reporters in Bangkok that Spurs will do everything in their power to ensure Kane remains a Tottenham player for the remainder of his career. “That’s what we’re hoping for,” he said. The 29-year-old Kane has been in impressive form this season, scoring 27 goals and rising to second-place behind Manchester City’s Erling Haaland. Nevertheless, with Tottenham’s sixth-place standing, any chance of qualifying for the Champions League is nonexistent, and it has spurred rumors of a potential summer transfer to Manchester United or Paris Saint-Germain. This season Tottenham have appointed their third manager, interim boss Ryan Mason, and Kane has been vocal about their club’s instability since Mauricio Pochettino’s departure, who led the team to the 2019 Champions League final. Despite this, Mabbutt, who lifted the FA Cup as captain in 1991, believes that the turmoil will not interfere with the club’s ability to attract high-profile managers. “All the big names want the job,” he said. “To be the manager of Tottenham Hotspur football club is an enormous role for any manager.” In July, Spurs will play Leicester City in the Thai capital as part of a tour of Asia and Australia that also includes fixtures against West Ham and former coach Jose Mourinho’s Roma.

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