The Athletic’s Jack Pitt-Brooke has explained the circumstances that Harry Kane faces this summer as he potentially tries to engineer a move away from Tottenham.
There have been plenty of contradictory reports involving Kane’s future over the last few weeks, with some suggesting that the striker will push to leave Spurs, while others claim that he is likely to stay put.
Pitt-Brooke was a guest on the Ask Ornstein Podcast this week and the journalist discussed the various permutations that could affect the possibility of the striker leaving the club at the end of the season.
He insisted that the England captain does desire to leave in order to win silverware but admitted that Daniel Levy could hinder his chances of getting a move.
The journalist also explained that Kane remains a fan of Jose Mourinho but the striker is not convinced that he can compete for the biggest trophies in the game if he remains in North London.
Watch the full discussion Ornstein and Pitt-Brooke had regarding the Spurs star’s future below:
Spurs Web Opinion
I do not think Pitt-Brooke has revealed any information that Spurs fans did not already know regarding Kane. We know that the 27-year-old would likely leave if the decision was purely up to him but history suggests that Daniel Levy is likely to fight tooth and nail to keep him. Additionally, it is a challenge for any club to meet Levy’s valuation of the striker under the current economic circumstances.
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