Tottenham is shocked by reports that England striker Harry Kane wants to leave the London club.
With speculation about Kane’s future growing on Monday evening, the club issued a statement.
Saying: “We are focused on ending the season as strongly as possible. That’s what everyone should focus on.”
Sources told that the England captain has a contract until 2024. He has not yet formally applied for a transfer. Or made clear his intention to leave.
But the Premier League’s top striker this season is known to be frustrated.
After another Spurs trophy-cutting campaign, which included the sacking of manager Jose Mourinho in April. Just before the Carabao Cup final defeat to Manchester City.
Kane has not yet won a trophy in his team career.
Kane has not yet won a trophy in his team career. And he is thought to have decided that he needs to move to satisfy his professional ambitions.
It has been told that talks with the club have led to him being asked to ‘become Francesco Totti.’ An Italian World Cup winner who has refused to be offered a lot of money transfer to use all his high-profile work in Rome.
This has been met with skepticism by Kane’s camp. Who knows, the player is wanted by almost every club.
With Manchester City, Manchester United, and Chelsea all known to like him.
They all have to deal with that Kane still has three years left on the six-year contract he signed in 2018.
Sources have been told earlier that there is no clause in the contract. And Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy‘s reputation as one of the most challenging negotiators. In the game is another obstacle.
However, keeping a player unhappy against his wishes brings your problems. And possibly at the end of the season, Levy may think that the money. He can make for Kane will help with the necessary exercise.
Spurs’ tumultuous times saw Mauricio Pochettino and Mourinho replaced when the coronavirus epidemic had brought. Severe financial pressure on the club, which had to pay for their excellent stadium.
Levy himself needs to guide the way to a calm state after the criticism. He received after failed European Super League plans.
A meeting later on Tuesday with the Tottenham Hotspur Supporters Trust, which called for the club’s general manager to stand down, may not be smooth sailing.