New Tottenham Hotspur coach Nuno expects talisman Harry Kane to remain at the club this summer.
Kane is all set to leave White Hart Lane this term, but Manchester City have so far refused to meet Daniel Levy’s demands for the Englishman.
In the event Kane should leave Spurs, Nuno says the club must be ready to find a replacement.
“The decision [to leave out Harry] was made on Saturday, the day we prepared for the match,” Nuno said. “We have to make decisions, it’s our job.
“Harry is [training] with us, he worked on Sunday morning and he’s getting ready to help the team. We don’t expect [something to happen before the transfer deadline but] we have to be ready to act if necessary because until the 31st anything can happen in football.
Asked if Spurs were working to sign replacements if Kane is sold for a huge sum, Nuno added: “We have our squad, we have our Spurs players.
“We have to commit them but we have to know that 31st of August is sometimes not in your hands. All the managers in the Premier League have the same feeling that I have – trying to finish the window and settle down.”