The entire football world wait for the next chapter of the Harry Kane saga, Spurs in limbo, City waiting, any takers? (Photo credit: Sky Spo...
|The entire football world wait for the next chapter of the Harry Kane saga, Spurs in limbo, City waiting, any takers? (Photo credit: Sky Sports)|
So he didn’t show up for training, he’s probably drinking to the news as it breaks on all news outlets, the lies and the unfounded beliefs, the anger from the white half of North London and the bemusement from the blue half of Manchester… it’s going to be an interesting August!
Harry Kane doesn’t really owe anyone any explanation, he has paid his dues and can decide to walk away from Tottenham Hotspur, but it won’t be as easy as he thinks, beyond the fact that he has a contract to respect, he also has an owner to negotiate.
Since breaking out at Spurs, Harry Kane has consistently led the line and delivered the goods, a darling to the FPL community, the pride of the Three Lions, a proven goalscorer and a leader of men as seen with the way he has carried the team on his shoulders, but is it time to leave?
Harry Kane is approaching his 29th birthday, Tottenham will not win anything if we want to be honest, they will flatter to deceive, the acquisition and dismissal of Jose Mourinho already confirmed that and would it be fair for Kane to go through football without winning anything?
Spurs will keep the pressure on, sentiments will continue to hinder England from winning trophies as well and you’ll have to ask what Kane’s fate will be in the hands of two perennial underachievers?
Kane didn’t show up at Spurs as expected for the routine blood check and COVID testing after an extended summer break owing to his involvement in the recently concluded Euro championship where he led England to a second-place finish after losing on penalties to Italy;
The next will be for banters in tabloids, hearsays and diverse opinions.
It is going to be somewhat ungodly for Manchester City to land Aston Villa Captain Jack Grealish and Harry Kane in the same window but if they can afford them without flouting FFP rules, then so be it.
Kane is guaranteed a trophy at City, so why stop him?
Manchester United are also monitoring the England striker, the Red Devils are even in the mood to splash the cash as they aim to rebuild again, and to be honest, Kane suits either of the Manchester clubs, will Spurs let him go?
Tottenham will definitely miss Kane if he leaves, they have to start looking for a replacement right now, the asking price is ridiculous at a whooping £170m, no one will pay that under the current financial situations but they can barter players as a makeweight.
We’ll keep fingers crossed to see what happens, but Harry Kane should not be a Spurs player at the end of the current transfer window, then we’ll ask: Where do Spurs go from here?