Kane’s future is up in the air this summer as he has just one year remaining on his current Tottenham contract.
Bayern Munich saw a £60m bid rejected for the forward, whilst Manchester United are also believed to be interested but may struggle to complete a deal due to their lack of transfer funds.
One club who are unlikely to struggle for cash this summer is Chelsea, where Mauricio Pochettino is now at the helm.
When asked if Chelsea will bring in another striker this summer after signing Nicolas Jackson, the Argentine said: “We’ll see. It depends on the situation and the circumstances. We are working. Football is really dynamic. What we have today maybe disappears tomorrow.”
When asked about whether he wants Kane at Stamford Bridge, former Spurs boss Pochettino was understandably guarded, adding: “I don’t like to talk about players in another club, but you are talking about one of the greatest, one of the best strikers in the world.
“It’s not fair to talk, it’s not fair to say nothing. People are not stupid, fans are not stupid, they are so clever and they know my relationship with him was always amazing.
“I saw him when he was young, grow up and achieve all he was achieving and of course we have a great relationship.”