Gary Neville has taken to Twitter to suggest that Daniel Levy backtracked this summer over Harry Kane’s future.
The former Manchester United defender was replying to a Tweet from talkSPORT which featured a link to an article in which Darren Bent had claimed that the Tottenham marksman has not been the same since his interview with Neville.
More likely to have been when Daniel Levy backtracked 🤷🏻♂️ https://t.co/wr58gw3vMn
— Gary Neville (@GNev2) September 21, 2021
Kane opened up on his Tottenham future in May during an interview on Neville’s The Overlap YouTube channel in which he claimed he would not want to end his career with “any regrets” and was seeking an honest conversation with chairman Daniel Levy.
Despite being heavily linked with a move to Manchester City during the window, a move to the Premier League champions failed to materialise with Pep Guardiola even admitting that the North Londoners were not prepared to enter into talks for the sale of the England captain (MEN).
If Manchester City were not prepared to make an offer to turn Levy’s head, the blame can only rest with them.
It’s clear to see that Kane has had a slow start to the season, however, the lack of creativity in the Spurs team is a major factor in his failure to score in any of the opening Premier League matches.
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