Mourinho receives assurances from Spurs board: ‘Best players won’t be sold’

Tottenham Hotspur boss Jose Mourinho has been assured his star players will not be sold this summer. There were concerns the London club had to sell at least one of their star players as the club could be suffering from the corona virus pandemic. However, the Portuguese manager has been told he will not have to fear to lose his stars.

Speaking to reporters ahead of their final league game of the season, Mourinho said: “Have I had assurances I will not need to sell key players this summer? Yes. There will be small changes — a big overhaul needs a lot of money. We don’t want to sell our important players and that immediately is a limitation because by not selling big players you also don’t have big incomings.”

With the comments from Mourinho it seems unlikely that Harry Kane will be leaving Tottenham this summer. The England captain’s future at the club has been a discussion for months. Kane wants to fight for trophies and since Tottenham has not won a single trophy since 2012 added speculation he could be forcing an exit from the club this summer. Real Madrid and Manchester have been linked with Kane in the past.