Every time I open the papers, it is either one club or another wanting to buy Harry Kane
By Don Scully
The two big favourites (at least in England) to buy Kane are the two Manchester clubs. According to the latest news, Manchester United could be set to test Levy’s resolve with a huge bid for our star player this summer, even though they just handed a new contract to Edinson Cavani.
It has been rumoured that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s could offer multiple players to us in exchange for Kane.
If you believe everything you read, then United are determined to push forward with a move this summer and could attempt to sign Kane even though they know Levy wants something in the region of £200 million for the player.
But I ask, what can United or even City offer Kane that we can’t? Better wages? Trophies? Cup Finals? Maybe, but does he really want all that? Wouldn’t Kane rather stay loyal to the club, even though he may never win anything with us? And what does he want trophies or more money for? He’s got the love of the fans to give him what he wants? No, I am sure that Kane would rather be seen as a failure, poorer and stupid, than leaving us for riches beyond his dreams. Nevertheless, I am sure Daniel Levy is working on a way that Kane can win either the FA Cup or League cup at least once in his declining years with us… and if he gets that in his possession (one or the other trophy), then those trinkets would compensate for any European Champions League or Premier League title he might win with any other clubs, surely?
Daniel Levy has him sussed… loyalty over glory, trophies, and riches is his thinking. That’s our boy! Besides, Daniel, Kane and the rest all know that next season could be different… and remember 2008? Under Daniel Levy’s guidance, we actually did win something… oh, I am so excited about the possibility that Levy and Kane could bring us something next season… just one more season to wait? Just one more…
By Don Scully
I have been following Spurs since the sixties and work in London. My current job is as a professional writer (working in the media), and I have work connections to the club and had previously worked for them. Including working at the old White Hart Lane stadium.
I also have my own blog and have written for the SpursWeb app & its website.