Mason dismisses claims Harry Kane waved goodbye to the Tottenham crowd

‘He waves at the crowd every season’: Ryan Mason dismisses suggestions Harry Kane waved goodbye to the Tottenham crowd as the England captain’s future remains uncertain

  • Harry Kane was seen waving to the Spurs supporters during a lap of honour 
  • Ryan Mason dismissed suggestions Kane was waving goodbye to the club’s fans 
  • Kane’s future has remained the subject of speculation following Spurs struggles 

Interim Tottenham boss Ryan Mason has insisted Harry Kane was not waving goodbye to fans as the striker completed a lap of honour following their dismal 3-1 home defeat to Brentford.

Kane was joined by his family and the rest of the Spurs squad on a mini lap of honour at the end of the Saturday’s final home match of the campaign.

The England captain was seen waving to the fans, amid continuing speculation surrounding his future at the club.

Mason dismissed the suggestion post-match that Kane’s wave was a farewell to supporters ahead of any potential move away in the summer.

‘No, he waves at the crowd every season,’ Mason said post-match.

Harry Kane waved to the Tottenham fans following their final home match of the season 

Interim boss Ryan Mason insisted Kane was not waving goodbye to the Spurs supporters

Kane and the Spurs squad applauded an emptying crowd after the 3-1 home loss to Brentford

‘I remember sitting here two years ago, and you guys were convinced he was leaving, saying the same thing.

‘It’s the last home game of the season so he wants to show his appreciation to the support he’s received, and we’ve all received this season.’

The Spurs interim boss had been asked the same question during his previous spell in charge back in 2021, with Kane ultimately staying at the club.

However, Kane had pushed for a move that summer with Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy blocking an approach from Manchester City.

Some reports suggest that Kane is planning to see out his contract before leaving next summer on a free transfer.

But the club may also listen to offers to sell him this year. Levy has insisted he would not sell Kane to an English rival, yet Manchester United remain the hot favourites to sign the 29-year-old in the off-season.

Peter Crouch said that after speaking to Kane about his uncertain future at Tottenham, Man United is ‘the only real option’ if an exit happens.

Another report suggested that Kane’s representatives had met with PSG chief Luis Campos to talk about a move to the French capital this summer.

Speculation has mounted over Kane’s future following Tottenham’s poor end to the season 

Kane scored his 28th goal of the season with a stunning free kick in the first half of the match 

Kane earned Spurs player of the year honours having starred despite the club’s struggles

Kane scooped Tottenham’s various player of the year prizes following the defeat against Brentford, where he scored his 28th Premier League goal of the season with a superb free kick.

Spurs have struggled despite Kane’s form in front of goal with the loss to Brentford seeing the club slip to eighth in the Premier League and facing the prospect of a season without European football.

Kane is still seeking the first major silverware of his career with Spurs having suffered limp exits from the Champions League, FA Cup and Carabao Cup this season. 

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