New Tottenham coach Ange Postecoglou said on Monday Harry Kane was "totally committed" to his
vision for the north London club as speculation mounts over the England captain's future. Kane has
entered the final 12 months of his six-year Spurs contract and has been courted aggressively by Bayern Munich, reports AFP. Unfazed by the uncertainty ahead of next month's start of the English Premier League season, Postecoglou said his initial discussions with Kane had been instructive."I had a good chat with Harry... nothing earth-shattering or defining," he said before Tottenham's pre-season friendly against West Ham in Perth on Tuesday. Me and Harry were perfectly aligned in... we want to see a
successful team this year. He's here and while he's here, he's totally committed to what we're doing." Bayern Munich honorary president Uli Hoeness added to the tug-of-war for the 29-year-old's services by telling journalists on Saturday Kane's "mind is made up" to switch to the Bundesliga champions. "No one has spoken to me from Munich," Postecoglou said.