Ex-Premier League player claims Harry Kane summer exit from Spurs is already ‘done’

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Harry Kane
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Over the course of the season thus far, the heroics of Harry Kane have been admired by many in the Premier League. The England captain has been in scintillating form for Spurs, building upon an incredible partnership with Heung-Min Son.

So far during this campaign, Kane has scored a total of twelve goals and assisted eleven in the league (TransferMarkt).

Such form has propelled Tottenham into a great position so far in the season, within sight of the Premier League summit and into a Carling Cup Final. 

However, Kane’s brilliance has not gone unnoticed. It was reported earlier this year that Manchester City may be interested in the striker ahead of a summer move, with a figure of 100 million euros being thrown around (Christian Falk).

In contrast, Spurs are said to be keen to reward their talisman with a new contract (Independent), with Kane’s current deal set to expire in 2024.

However, according to former Premier League player, Don Hutchinson, Kane looks set for a Tottenham exit in the summer.

Hutchinson stated that a deal for ‘Kane is done to City in the Summer’ in a tweet that would break the hearts of Spurs fans around the world if it were true (Don Hutchinson).

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It is certainly a bold claim considering that rumours over a Spurs exit are very quiet. Kane has been a key piece in the Tottenham puzzle this season, and both Mourinho and Daniel Levy would not let their man leave without a fight.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. I’ve never read such a load of crap in my life.
    Transfer markets are depressed at the moment, & 100m in £/$ or Euros isn’t even close to his worth.

    As for Don hutchinson??? Is he spouting because he’s short of money & everyone had forgotten who he is!

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