Alasdair Gold provides well-balanced update on Harry Kane’s future at Spurs

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Dom Le Roy

Alasdair Gold has taken to Twitter this evening to give his understanding of Harry Kane’s situation at Tottenham Hotspur after Sky Sports claimed that the forward has reiterated his desire to leave.

Sky claimed that the 27-year-old has once again told Tottenham he wants to leave this summer and Spurs are now making enquiries about replacement centre-forwards.

Gold provided a much more balanced insight into Kane’s situation in North London by revealing that while the forward is frustrated with what has been happening at the club, he has not informed the board of his desire to depart for pastures new.

The journalist also highlighted the fact that Kane still has three years remaining on his current deal and it would take a significant amount of money for a club to secure his signature.

Sky reported earlier that Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea have all been in touch with Kane’s representatives to inform them of their interest.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Should have kept Jose and backed him to rebuild the team and Kane would have stayed. they formed a great team and kane had so much respect for jose and Levy should have listened to Kane than moaning alli. Levy is reponsible for losing arguably our best manager in poch rather than supporting him. He then brought in arguably the best manager of all time, never supported him and if anything interfered in footballing decisions and undermined him by taking the side of players who have underperformed for years. Then humiliated Jose by sacking him a week before the cup final. Absolutely disgraceful and isnt the first time he has acted like this. My only thought is that levy has decided if i dont sell Kane now in a year or 2 he wont be worth that much and like other berbatov modric and others have only sold players at the right time for pure greeD
    LEVY OUT NOW

    • I don’t blame Harry for wanting a move or posturing in that way to force a well thought out future for the club he loves. The fact is the club has been on the slide since the latter stages of Poch’s reign and this had started even before the Champions league final but replacing Mourinho was definitely the right thing to do, he is a cancer, he has lost every dressing room he has ever entered for the same reason- his ego.
      I have a feeling Harry would be willing to at least honour the 3 remaining years of his contract should the club appoint the right long term full time manager.
      I may be wrong, we shall see but I for one am glad that Mourinho has gone, I couldn’t stand him, his ego or the negative dated tactics he was enforcing on the team then blaming the players for following his commands.

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