Tottenham Hotspur forward Son Heung-min believes everyone will need to ‘respect’ whatever decision Harry Kane will take in his career.
The England is widely tipped to leave the London club this summer with Bayern Munich leading the race for his signature.
The German Bundesliga side has already had two bids turned down by Tottenham for the prolific goalscorer but it’s only a matter of time until a final decision is made.
Kane has only a year left on his contract at Tottenham and could leave for free should he stay and decide not to renew with the club, something Tottenham are looking to avoid.
And now, Son, who has played alongside Kane in the last eight years says Kane’s decision needs to be respected.
“Harry has been fantastic for me,” Son said when asked about Kane’s future.
“He’s always professional, always working hard. He’s never shown any thoughts about himself. There’s so much news going around it’s also not easy for him, but he’s captain at the moment and he’s working with the team.
“He doesn’t show any distraction. He loves being here. I love him as a player. I fully respect him. He’s one of the best strikers in the world, has been for five, six, seven years in a row.
“The decision will be between the club and Harry and we have to respect it. I can’t say anything about the final decision because I don’t know anything. Probably Harry doesn’t know. We just have to wait.”
Kane is currently with the Tottenham squad for pre-season ahead of the 2023/24 season.