PFA Chief Executive, Mahetta Molango has revealed the organisation would love to help Harry Kane amidst his stand-off with Tottenham Hotspur.
It emerged early this week that Kane had not turned up for pre-season training, which was said to be a personal choice as he seeks a North London exit.
The PFA, or the Professional Footballers Association, is the official union for players in the Premier League, which, of course, includes Harry Kane.
Molango revealed the PFA have not been asked to arbitrate the situation, but they would be happy to help Kane as he is one of their members.
The Telegraph claimed earlier this week that Kane was not even in the country amidst reports he had missed training, with the England captain not due back in the UK until later this week. He would then have to undergo a period of self-isolation.
PFA chief executive Maheta Molango says his organisation would love to help Kane: "We have not been asked (to arbitrate) but obviously Harry is one of our members and we’d love to be able to help." #THFC
— Jonathan Veal (@jonathandveal83) August 4, 2021
Spurs Web Opinion:
At the moment, there is no need for a third party to get involved. Kane wants to leave, that is clear, but it also has to be matched by a bid from Man City that Spurs deem to be acceptable. There is a whole lot of fuss at the moment when City have not even sent a sensible offer.
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