‘Nothing going on’ – Fabrizio Romano sheds light on ‘atmosphere’ around Kane at Spurs 

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Fabrizio Romano has claimed that there is quite a relaxed atmosphere around Harry Kane at Tottenham at the moment despite the striker’s poor run of form. 

Kane has looked well short of his best this season since his move to Manchester City fell through during the summer transfer window. 

The striker put in another lacklustre display for England this week as they were held to a 1-1 draw against Hungary, and the 28-year-old came in for plenty of criticism after the game. 

Despite what is being said and written about his form, Kane himself has insisted that he is in ‘a good place’ mentally. 

Eurosport reported last month that City are unlikely to reignite their interest in the England captain in the future and that the striker could be open to penning a new deal at Spurs.

Romano has now given an update on Kane’s situation, insisting that he remains in Tottenham’s plans for the future.

He said on the most recent episode of the  Here We Go Podcast: “Tottenham are really planning with Harry Kane now. 

“The atmosphere around Harry Kane is relaxed now. It’s not a fight like it was earlier in the summer. 

“Let’s see what is going to happen next summer, but as of right now, the situation is really relaxed around Harry Kane, and for Manchester City, there is nothing going on with Kane now.”

Spurs Web Opinion:

Going by the reaction of Spurs fans on social media, it seems like the majority would prefer to cash in on Kane in January if a decent offer is made. However, I feel that is an overreaction to his recent run of form. 

The 28-year-old has proved doubters wrong time and again in his career and I am fully confident that it is only a matter of time before he gets back performing at the level we know he can.

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