Jamie O’Hara has lashed out at Julian Nagelsmann and told the Bayern Munich boss to ‘mind your own business’ following his comments regarding Harry Kane over the weekend.
Nagelsmann raised a lot of eyebrows when he admitted Kane would score a lot of goals in the Bundesliga but he also added that the striker might be too expensive for the German club this summer (Sky Sports).
The 35-year-old’s comments certainly did not sit well with Antonio Conte, who insisted that the England captain remains an important part of Spurs’ project, and accused Nagelsmann of disrespecting Tottenham by talking about their player (Football.London).
O’Hara has now said that the Bayern boss should have just batted away the question regarding Kane rather than saying what he did.
Watch the former Spurs midfielder’s comments to talkSPORT below:
“Mind your own business!” 😡
“It’s not your player. He’s not for sale. I cannot stand managers that do this!”
— talkSPORT (@talkSPORT) July 25, 2022
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To be fair to Naglesmann, the culture in Germany when it comes to discussing transfers is a bit more relaxed.
You do often find Bundesliga chairmen and managers making public admissions about their transfer targets and about the futures of their own players, which does not happen to the same degree in England.
I honestly do not think Spurs fans should pay any heed to the Bayern boss’ comments as it is clear that Kane is not for sale.
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