JOSE MOURINHO and Harry Kane have not spoken about the striker’s Tottenham future.
The England captain revealed last week he will wait until after this summer’s Euros before deciding whether to stay at the club.
SunSport revealed on Friday chairman Daniel Levy is not prepared to sell his star man.
And when asked if he has had conversations with Kane about the situation, Spurs boss Mourinho said: “No. He works so well every day.
“He is such a professional, committed with the team, performing well.
“I’ve nothing to speak with him about. He has three years of his contract remaining.
“Unless he wants to speak with me about it… and until now he never approached me in relation to anything.”
Asked if he was surprised by the speculation over academy product Kane, Mourinho said: “I cannot play that game. I have to focus on what he is for us.
“Of course, I’m always pleased when my players go to national teams and do well, so I’m happy he does well with England.
“But I cannot play the game of what people say, what the people don’t say.”
Ahead of Sunday’s visit to Newcastle, Mourinho added: “I focus on what he did for us in the last match against Villa.
“I focus on the effort I saw him put on the pitch for England against Albania and Poland and I focus on the match against Newcastle.
“Scoring two, one or nil, he will be there for the team. That’s where I have to focus.”
Kane’s two goals for England this week took his tally for club and country this season to 29.
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Mourinho added: “I don’t know if he always has a smile on his face.
“It’s very important that a player is professional. And he’s very professional.
“He’s doing well for club and country. I think he has to be happy with the moment he’s living.”