Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho was recently criticised by Paul Merson, who claimed Kane will leave the club because he can’t play under the Portuguese coach’s methods.
But the ex-Chelsea and Manchester United manager insists he knows exactly how to work with talented centre-forwards as he has proven with the likes of Didier Drogba, Cristiano Ronaldo, Karim Benzema, Diego Milito and Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
Mourinho recently said: “I can say that I had a few strikers that played for me and they are not bad. I had one guy called Drogba. He played for me [over] four seasons. He scored 186 goals which gives an average of 46 goals per season (sic 187 games, 73 goals).
“I had one guy that is not also bad – he [Ronaldo] plays for Juventus now. He played for me [during] three seasons. He scored 168 goals, which gives an average of 56 goals per season.